Saturday, September 25, 2021

More condemns Arunachal killing

Dimapur, May 22: The Forum for Naga Reconciliation has condemned the senseless violence and brutal killing of Tirong Aboh, MLA of Khonsa West Assembly, his son and nine others in an ambush in Tirap district on May 21.
Such killings go against the very tenet of life, it said.
The FNR said the use of violence is short-sighted and has no room in today’s context. “In this time of fear, confusion, uncertainty and highly-charged emotions the FNR is deeply concerned and troubled. We implore the use of nonviolence and contemplative dialogue to address differences and disagreements.”
NMA: The Naga Mothers’ Association has condemned the inhuman and shocking killing of Khonsa sitting MLA Tirong Aboh ,his son and many others in an ambush at Tirap district in Arunachal Pradesh by suspected armed group.
The Naga Mothers shared grief and deep loss of the families and the people of Arunachal Pradesh and reiterated that violence and bloodshed can never be justified in any way.
It also appealed for Justice and demand that appropriate authorities must take cognisance for action against such dastardly attacks on a Naga leader and unarmed civilians. It appealed to law enforcing agencies bring the truth to the public domain at the earliest.
The FNR added that it stands for a culture of peace and respect for human rights of all people.
NPMHR: The Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights has condemned the killing of Tirong Aboh, MLA of Khonsa West Assembly, his son and 9 others at Bogapani area in Arunachal Pradesh on May 21.
“NPMHR condemns the killing of MLA Tirong Aboh regardless of whatever his weaknesses or faults are, even as we equally condemn the killing of his son and the 9 others who became victims of unforgiveable acts of violence. May their souls rest in peace,” it said.
NGBF: The NGBF also condemned the gruesome killing of Arunachal Pradesh MLA, his son and 9 others in an ambush by suspected militants in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh, saying no amount of justification can suffice for such outrageous offence. It appealed to the authority to unearth the fact, and punish the culprit as per the law. It also conveyed deepest condolence to bereaved family and prayed for departed souls rest in peace.
(Page News Service)