Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Condemnations on poll related violence

NDPP 8th Western Angami Assembly Constituency and Sümi Aphuyemi Kükami Hoho (SAKH) have vehemently condemned the poll related violence at Kohima and Pughoboto on March 4 and February 27.
Media cell of NDPP 8th Western Angami A/C has condemned the act of physical violence on March 4 and February 27 at Kohima Science College.

In a condemnation note, media cell alleged that on February 27, a vehicle of a candidate was halted at Kohima Science College and the driver was beaten up while the three occupants were released after 4 pm.
On March 4, at around 1am to 2 am, a group of people broke the gate and physically manhandled nine persons, including women and students holding them responsible for their candidate defeat and were asked to leave the area immediately.
Their mobile phones were snatched and damaged and one of the victim has been hospitalized and undergoing medical treatment at a private hospital.
Media cell claimed that FIR has been filed in both the incidents and therefore appealed to the concerned authority to arrest the culprit at the earliest and initiate necessary action so that no such undemocratic incidents occur in the near future.

SAKH: Sümi Aphuyemi Kükami Hoho (SAKH) has condemned the post-poll violence, blatant and irresponsible action and life attempt and damaging/ransacking the property of its member, GB Nagho Swu and family allegedly by the NDPP supporters at Ghathashi Town on February 27 at around 9:30 pm under 13 Pughoboto Assembly Constituency.
In a condemnation note, SAKH president GB Qhutovi Tenna and general secretary GB Vihoshe Assumi appealed to the State government to paid adequate compensation and apprehend the perpetrators of crime and befitting punishment be given accordingly.
The Hoho extended support and solidarity to Nagho Swu and family and reminded perpetrators that hatred and violence have no place in diverse and democratic societies.

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