The Naga Mother’s Association (NMA) has demanded justice against June 20 Aboi, Mon district incident where a 15-year-old minor girl was waylaid and gangraped.
NMA in a letter issued by its President, Abei-U Meru to the Deputy Chief Minister, Nagaland, said, “while lauding the prompt action of the law enforcement agency in nabbing the accused, it deeply pained to observe the upsurge in vicious violence against girls and women when the state is fighting Covid pandemic which has added to the insecurity of lives.”
Urging the state government to take serious cognizance to ensuring justice is delivered without delay, Naga Mother’s Association demanded five points and added that “delivering timely justice to such victim will encourage people to have faith in the legal system.”
Mon police on June 21 and 22 conducted search operation and arrested the six accused in connection with the rape case of the 15-year-old minor girl. A case was registered in this connection (No. 004/21 U/S 376/354/34 1PC under section 4/8 POCSO Act).
Langmeing Citizen Union had vehemently condemned the incident and appealed concerned authority to arrest the accused for befitting punishment.
- Stringent action be taken against the rapists as per the law
- No bail be granted.
- Fast tracking of the case for speedy trial.
- Compensation for the victim, and
- Councelling and provide all assistance to the victim.