TYOD expresses solidarity with UZYF

DIMAPUR, APR 21 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/21/2021 1:07:54 PM IST

Tenyimi Youth Organization Dimapur (TYOD) has slammed the statement of Western Sumi Youth Front (WSYF) for “demanding and serving ultimatum to the government to release the four suspects” in connection with the killing of three persons on March 22. TYOD through its media cell, said that instead of condemning the incident and praying for justice, WSYF indicated support to and shelter for the offenders, adding it was “uncalled for at this juncture”.

Further, TYOD stated that while the demands to arrest the culprits were still in vain, serving an ultimatum and threatening the government to release the suspects was unjust. While asserting that “criminals should be arrested at the earliest and put behind bars with non-bailable sentence”, TYOD urged upon the authorities involved, to not leave any stone unturned, irrespective of who he/she may be in delivering justice. It also urged upon authorities to not entertain pressure from any corner or delay in identifying and arresting the culprit. 
TYOD reiterated that “criminals should be treated as criminals and law should take its own course of action without favouritism or nepotism.” Further, it reminded that land dispute cases were different and needed to be addressed as per the law of the land. However, killing of innocent lives, by “taking law into their own hands under the cover of gun culture” and intimidating one’s own Naga brothers, was totally uncalled for and unacceptable to any degree.
TYOD said it was confident that the State government and SIT team would not be swayed by any external or internal pressure till the criminals were brought to book.
While extending solidarity and support to UZYF, TYOD also conveyed sympathy to UZYF and the bereaved in their fight for justice. It also urged UZYF to “not take law into their hands” which will have negative repercussion over their rights but lawfully pursue till justice was delivered.

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