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Civil societies decry rape



Dimapur, February 8 (MExN): The members of Kirha Village Youth Dimapur have condemned the dastardly act of violence where a Naga woman was gang raped on February 6 at East Block Burma Camp. We are deeply concerned with the trend of such violence prevailing in our peace loving society and we hereby wish to state that the severe punishment under the law of the land be given to the culprits.
The Sangtam Peoples' Forum Dimapur District (SPFDD) strongly condemned Monday incident of Naga Woman being gang raped by mians (illegal immigrants) at East Block, Burma Camp, Dimapur. SPFDD President, Er. T. Athriba in a condemnation note said that such anti-social activity should not be allowed to exist in civilized society at any cost.  The organization assured all possible cooperation to the leading social organization handling the issue in their endeavour to eradicate such incident in future. The Forum has also requested the general public in General to be vigilant and avoid employing illegal immigrants in their day to day works.
The Tenyimi Students’ Union Dimapur (TSUD) while strongly condemning the rape on a Naga woman stated that it is disheartening to know about such inhuman barbaric act committed upon the modesty of our Naga mothers and sisters. TSUD in a condemnation note issued by its information secretary Chopfokho Robviina said that it is not the first time that ‘miyas’ (Muslim immigrants) involving in anti-social elements in our Naga homeland. The TSUD strongly warn the ‘miyas’ to be cautious or face dire consequences.
The Union has appealed to all Naga civil societies to flush out the ‘miyas’ from the respective colony and jurisdiction. TSUD also appeal to all the Temyimi bodies within Dimapur jurisdiction to stop employing them as domestic workers or as such and monitor the beastly act of ‘miyas.’ It further appealed the district administration not to give bail under any condition but to give them life imprisonment. The Union also shares shock and traumatic state with the victim and family with full solidarity and support.

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