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KU open warning to ULFA (I) to release hostage

DIMAPUR, APR 27 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/27/2021 1:02:41 PM IST

In connection with the alleged abduction of three ONGC employees by ULFA (Independent), the Konyak Union (KU) has “openly warned” the banned outfit to immediately release those still held as hostage without delay. 

In a press release, KU president S Howing and general secretary Wango Konyak affirmed that its soil “shall not be used for breeding any act of violence or any criminal activities”. 
It may be mentioned that two of the three employees abducted by ULFA-I were rescued by security forces after a gunfight in Mon on April 23. With regard to current law and order situation in Mon district, KU urged the “law executing agencies to understand the plea of the poor public during such transition period.” It also urged responsible security agencies “to refrain from using human shield while executing its bonded duties.”
Meanwhile, reaffirming the resolution adopted during “Konyak historic Summit” held on April 13 and 14, 2021 at Mon town, KU stated that the Summit had temporarily affirmed and declared “No Unity No Taxation” while reaffirming the early Konyak stand on “Unity First Solution Next”. KU, therefore, reiterated its stance and directed all its citizen “to strictly adhere its historic declaration.”

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