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ENSF condemns Nov 18 incident at Thongtso village

Nagaland News

Dimapur, November 28: The Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) has condemned the November 18 incident at Thongtso village where some houses were burnt down, while one was seriously injured and another killed by some miscreant.

It said such kind of incident show a new low to which our society has plunged and also cannot be accepted this kind of incident in this modern and civilized society so also does such kind of violence do not have any place in this civilized society.
The federation asked the investigating agency to book the culprit at the earliest and award befitting punishment as per the book of law without delaying and delivers Justice at the earliest.
In a press release issued by its vice president, Hamnyei Angh and assistant general secretary, Kumcho Khiungpuh, the federation also stated that it stands with the standing resolution of Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organization (ENPO) wherein any disputes, misunderstanding within the Eastern Nagaland people should be localized within the party involved and to resolve within the concerned group through peaceful dialogue.
Since, Eastern Nagaland has been declared as a peace-zone through December 18, 2007 resolution by the ENPO and to maintain peace and tranquility, the federation also reaffirmed and asked everyone to respect the resolution and not to violate the said resolution.
(Page News Service)