Monday, November 30, 2020

AMK, KC condemns March 16 murder

Dimapur, March 30: The Angamimiapfü Mechü Krotho (AMK) and the Khate Clan have condemned the murder of Er. Kevinguto Khate, son of Late Rokozhasie Khate of Kuda Village, Dimapur on March 16.
Late Kevinguto Khate was a reputed Structural Engineer serving as an Assistant Professor at the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Nagaland, Chümoukedima.
In a condemnation, AMK, the apex body of all Angami women, expressed shock that out of the four culprits involved in the murder, two are women. While three of the culprits have been apprehended, one of the woman is still absconding.
The AMK appealed to the law enforcing agencies to thoroughly investigate the matter and deliver justice at the earliest by awarding the severest and exemplary punishment to all the culprits involved in the heinous crime.
Stating that in the untimely demise of Kevinguto Khate “we have lost a promising son and the vacuum left behind by his sudden death will be difficult to fill in the near future”, the AMK prayed for soul to rest in eternal peace.
Khate Clan: The Khate Clan has also condemned the murder of Er. Kevinguto Khate, Assistant Professor, NIT Nagaland on March 16 in broad daylight at Dimapur.
“Words fail us to fully express our anger and sorrow at this moment, as one of our precious brother is savagely snatched away from us. We condemn such cruelty and barbaric act,” it said in a condemnation.
The Khate Clan appreciated the law enforcing agencies for the swift action in arresting three persons so far and urged them to apprehend all the remaining accomplices and masterminds still at large and bring out the intent and motive behind the heinous crime.
“This unpardonable act deserves the severest punishment under relevant sections of the law,” it said while appealing for appropriate and immediate justice delivered, so that no such acts ever befall again on innocent citizens in future. (Page News Service)