Wednesday, February 21, 2024

DLST demands probe to ‘Iron theft’ at Tuli mill

Dimapur Langpangkong Senso Telongjem (DLST) has expressed pain over the news item ‘Iron theft in Tuli paper mill’ reported in some of the local dailies and said such robbery is not a ‘healthy sign’ to all who are making efforts to make the mill functional.
Expressing restraint to issue the release in seeking action by the appropriate authority to book the culprits; the Telongjem reminded the importance of reviving the defunct paper mill at Tuli needs no ‘repetition’ and that it should be the duty of every citizen, particularly the people of the area and employees of the mill to check any hindrance towards starting the mill.
A joint release issued by the DLST president Wati Jamir and general secretary Tsukti Longchar, opined that the considering the prevailing situation even the management may not be ‘jumping’ to actively restart the process of making the mill functional and strongly denounced the incident iron theft inside the paper mill.
While condemning in the strongest term, the Telongjem also demanded the appropriate authority to award exemplary punishment to the culprits involved at the earliest.
The Telongjem further demanded that the state government set up an enquiry either magisterial or judicial to prove the involvement of persons ‘inside or outside’ to suggest measure to prevent repetition and other useful recommendation.

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