Senapati: The Naga Women’s Union (NWU) calling out September 30, 2022 bomb incursion at the office of Chief Medical Officer (CMO), District Headquarter, Senapati by an unknown miscreant, said it is deeply maddened by the unscrupulous act.
The Union in a release issued on Sunday said it decried such unprincipled and amoral act of scaredy-cat, as any right-thinking person would have the sense of belongingness and pacifying responsibilities.
It further added that the “incident has made the town a jeopardize environment; a situation like this never pays off any humanistic goals other than bringing terror to citizen and chaos to public which is the
only intent of Terrorism. Using of bombs and other explosive devices is never in our culture since time immemorial, we urged not to pursue foreign tradition in our land. We are threatened to the realization that our land is not safe anymore if the only home of the sick and needy person is being attacked.”
Since there has been no claim of responsibility on the attack, the NWU called out the unknown perpetrators to claim responsibility. It also appealed the concern authority to probe into the attack and book the culprits involved.
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It may be mentioned that the Naga Women’s Union had resolutely condemned and decried the planting of a deadly improvised Explosive Device (IED) allegedly by the Indian security forces at Puiluan (Kambiron) village in Tamenglong District on September 24, 2022 through one of its personnel identified as Thiyam Ashok Singh, a CID/GD of the 87 th Battalion of CRPF at Kambiron to slay the peacefulness of the people.
The press release of the NWU dated September 28, 2022 said, “The clear statement by the accuse that the IED was planted under the direction of his commanding officers of the 87th CRPF Battalion while the planted device came from 39th Assam Rifles at Nungba disclose the ulterior motives and parti pris of the Indian Security System’s notion.”
The Union in the release further appealed for repeal Armed Forces Special Power Act 1958, saying the act is irreconcilable to humanity.