ABSU Condoles The Nagaland Firing Incident


KOKRAJHAR, DEC 7: The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) has expressed it’s serious concern and extended condolences over the Othing village firing incident in Nagaland where 13 innocent peoples were killed recently.

In a press statement, ABSU general secretary, Khanindra Basumatary said that the students union has been expressed it’s grief sorrow and condolences after getting shocking news of the death of innocent 13 labourers of Konyak tribe from Mon district in Nagaland.

Such encounter of innocent civilians is clear violation of human rights that requires highest degree of intervention by the government of India department of Home. This brutal attack on 4th December evening reiterate the arms forces indulging on extra judicial killings in the name of disturbed area in many parts of northeast India.

ABSU strongly condemn such brutal attack by the men in uniform, which act is sheer threat to the peace loving people of Nagaland. ABSU express sorrow in solidarity with those who lost their family members.

” ABSU appeals the Government of India to repeal such draconian law from the Northeast India especially from the peace loving people of Assam, Nagaland and Manipur. The men in uniforms responsible for such brutal killings must be booked under stringent law for violation of Human Rights”, Basumatary said.