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Taxi driver's murder: CCPO demands fast track justice

Wednesday, 13 September 2017 12:10
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Dimapur, September 12: In connection with the murder case of late Swuduve Nakro, the Centre Chakhesang Public Organization (CCPO) has demanded the authorities concerned to deliver a fast track justice without delay.

In a press release, CCPO president Niehusa Cukhami and vice president Nuvecho also demanded that the judiciary and prosecution not to grant bail at any cost to the three accused, Toishe Aye, Daniel Yimchunger and Avito Zhotso. 

If bail is granted to them CCPO shall not be responsible for any law and order problem occurred thereafter, it warned. 

While appreciating the concerned authority for processing the matter for granting of ex-gratia to the wife and children of Late Swuduve Nakro, the CCPO called upon the Government of Nagaland to consider it on humanitarian ground and do the needful at the earliest.

The CCPO again extended appreciation to the police for their prompt action leading to the arrest of Toishe Aye, Daniel Yimchunger, and Avito Zhotso and recovery of the vehicle. It urged the police to build a very strong case so that the judiciary deliver justice and give befitting punishment to the culprits. 

The CCPO further reminded its members to have confidence on the efficiency of the police and continue to restrain from creating any situation that will hamper the process of effective and timely justice.  (Page News Service) 

 


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