KSH condemns robbery incident of July 22

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/28/2020 1:12:46 PM IST

While condemning the robbery incident of July 22 night, the Kohima Sumi Hoho (KSH) has warned any member of Sumi community residing in Kohima, indulging in any anti-social activities tarnishing the image of the whole Sumi community will be dealt with stringent action up to the extent of eviction of the family from Kohima city. In a condemnation, KSH president Khevito T Shohe expressed distress and concern over the crime committed by some persons belonging to Sumi tribe in this incident, endangering the peace and security which has added fear and panic among the people particularly during Covid-19 pandemic. 

Pointing out that the action committed by such unscrupulous persons in no way reflects Sumi ethos as a community, the KSH hopes that this incident would not undermine Sumi commitment towards building a culture of peace and unity. While appreciating the police team led by SDPO (North) Kohima for their prompt action in apprehending the culprits, the KSH also anticipate speedy delivery of justice so that it acts as a deterrent to future incidents.


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