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DAYO, BAN condemn Aug 26 kidnapping

Dimapur, August 27: The Dimapur Ao Youth Organization (DAYO) has condemned the kidnapping of an employee of SymBios Creations Pvt Ltd., Dimapur by cadres of NSCN-K (Khongo) while he was performing his assigned duties in Midland area of Dimapur on August 26, saying this barbaric act is a crime of the highest order and deserves to be dealt in the most severe manner.
“At a time when the entire mankind is fighting an unprecedented war against Covid-19 pandemic and everyone, particularly the citizenry of Dimapur are striving hard to support and help each other in their respective bids to ameliorate the sufferings of one another, such dastardly act is totally unacceptable and has no place in civilized society,” it said.
The DAYO appealed to the law enforcing agencies and other concerned authorities of the State to give exemplary punishment to the criminals , which should act as deterrent to others.
The organization also lauded team of Nagaland police from West Police Station Dimapur led by ASI Vikishe Chophy for tracing and rescuing the kidnapped person and at the same time apprehending two of the kidnappers in record time.
The DAYO also made it clear that it will no longer tolerate any criminally motivated actions and will leave no stones unturned to identify and confront any criminals that challenge the very existence of its community in Dimapur.
BAN: The Business Association of Nagas (BAN) has condemned the kidnapping of an employee of Symbios Creations Pvt. Ltd. by cadres of NSCN-K (Khongo) when he was performing his official duties.
Stating that at a time when businesses affected by the pandemic Naga businessmen are struggling to bounce back, BAN said such a criminal act is uncalled for.
Meanwhile, BAN appreciated the swift action taken by Dimapur Police led by ASI Vikishe Chophy in apprehending the culprits and rescuing the employee.
BAN requested the NNPGs not to disturb businesses run by Nagas as most businesses are just trying to survive and stay afloat during these trying times. (Page News Service)