Dimapur, October 24: The All Nagaland Private Schools’ Association (ANPSA) Dimapur has condemned the dastardly act of “rape and subsequent murder” of a minor girl, who was a student of Liz Woodland School, Dimapur and said such uncivilized and heinous crimes do not have any place in today’s civilized society.
In a press release, ANPSA President, Dr Andrew Ahoto Sema said ANPSA Dimapur has also taken strong note of the fact that such a shameful and despicable crime has taken place inside the campus of a school which acts as a temple of learning.
ANPSA Dimapur conveyed deepest condolence and prayerful support to the parents and family members of the victim in this hour of bereavement and also stands with them strongly in support of justice.
It also appreciated the investigative breakthrough by the Dimapur Police in arresting the prime suspect of the crime and requested the authorities concerned not to give the case a tribal or communal color.
The ANPSA Dimapur called upon the authorities to be unbiased and just and to speed up the investigative and trial process, thereby awarding a befitting punishment to the perpetrator(s) as per the law of the land so that such cowardly and evil crimes against women and children are not repeated by any individual or groups.
The Nagaland Alliance for Children and Women’s Right (NACWR) has condemned the inhumane and heinous act of rape and murder of a class X student who was found in the playground premises of St. Clare Higher Secondary School on October 22 morning.
The NACWR expressed deep appreciation to the Police Department for swift action in nabbing the accused and demanded a thorough investigation and stringent punishment against the culprit as per the law.
It also expressed condolences to the bereaved family members.
The Dimapur Bengali Student’s Union (DBSU) has condemned the inhuman act of rape and murder of a minor girl whose body was found near St. Clare Higher Secondary School, Phevima, Kacharigaon on October 22.
Stating that such barbaric acts are not acceptable in the society, DBSU urged the law enforcement agencies to make sure that no stone is left unturned to punish the culprit.
The Dimapur Bengali Student’s Union further extended its deepest condolence to the bereaved family.
The Lotha Eloe Hoho (LEH) has expressed shock over the incident of rape and murder of a minor girl on October 22.
The LEH condemned the barbaric and inhuman and heinous act and demanded the state government to take immediate action against such crimes from happening in future.
The LEH further urged the concerned authority to award highest degree of punishment to the accused as per prevalent law.
Stating that rapists and murders needs to fear the law, the LED requested the Bar Association Nagaland not to release the accused on bail under any circumstances and give justice to the victim.
(Page News Service)