Last updated on: August 5, 2020 at 11:01 pm IST
Dimapur, August 5: Two unknown miscreants shot dead Dichungbe Newme, son of Lt. Namdaiwangbe of New Beisumpui Village on August 4 night at around 8 pm at New Beisumpui Village under Peren District. The incident took place when the deceased was alone at home.
An official release said the deceased was serving as Jugali in the Power Department and posted at New Beisumpui village. The deceased was originally from Nzauna village under Nsong EAC Hq.
An FIR has been lodged at Ahthibung Police Station and the mortal remains of the deceased was taken to Dimapur by police team headed by Ahthibung OC for post mortem examination.
In support of the deceased family, Nzauna Lui Baudi also submitted a representation to SDO (C) Ahthibung for further investigation into the case.
Meanwhile the Zeme Students’ Union, Nagaland (ZSUN) strongly condemned the murder of Dichungbe Newme, father of Suirangbe Newme, Information & Publicity Secretary, ZSUN by unknown miscreants at his residence at New Beisumpui village under Peren District on the night of August 4.
Condemning the murder, the union demanded that timely justice be delivered at the earliest possible time.
The union conveyed heartfelt condolences to Suirangbe Newme and family members and prayed that the departed soul rest in peace.
KAPO & BDC
The Kebai Area Public Organization and Beisumpui Deulung Council have expressed shock at the cold blooded murder of Dichung Newme, a resident of New Beisumpui village, who was shot to dead at point blank by unknown miscreants in his own house on August 4 at around 7:30 pm.
In a release, KAPO and BDC stated that this unusual and unprecedented incident has shocked the entire area which has never dreamt of such a tragic killing to happen upon its people.
The two organizations demanded the District administration and the police to ensure necessary steps are taken so that the culprits are apprehended and given befitting punishment and justice be delivered to the bereaved family members and Lt. Dichung Newme at the earliest.
The organizations stressed that delay in delivering justice will escalate insecurities and fears in the area.
(Page News Service)