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GUWAHATI: The Konyak organisations in Nagaland prolonged their ultimatum, served on the federal government in reference to the December 4 botched ambush by the Military at Oting and December 5 killing of a civilian by the Assam Rifles in Mon, by 10 days with impact from January 15.
The choice was made at an “All Konyak Summit” held in Mon on Friday. All Konyak organisations moreover Konyak legislators, officers, village chiefs, civil societies, public leaders, and so on attended it.
On December 10, the organisations had given a month to the federal government demanding that each one officers and personnel concerned within the killings of 14 civilians on December 4 and 5 be prosecuted in a civil courtroom and the “justice taken report” introduced within the public area.
The organisations on Friday warned that within the occasion of failure to satisfy the calls for, the Konyaks (tribesmen) would abstain from all nationwide occasions inside its customary jurisdiction as endorsed by the Japanese Nagaland Folks’s Organisation (ENPO), the apex organisation of japanese Nagaland.
“In accordance with the ENPO decision adopted in Longleng on December 14, the ‘non-cooperation’ declared towards the Indian armed forces, shall stand in power till justice is delivered,” the Konyak organisations stated in an announcement.
It stated the summit resolved that each one designated Military camps inside Mon district and situated inside civilian areas should be relocated and the Nagaland government-constituted Particular Investigation Staff (SIT) and the Military’s Courtroom of Inquiry report shared with the Konyak Union for perusal.
Additional, the summit resolved to submit a memorandum to the state authorities on this regard.
In the meantime, the SIT stated forensic samples, collected from the location of the December 4 botched ambush, had been despatched to Guwahati and Hyderabad forensic science laboratories for assessments.
“As soon as we obtain the outcomes, we will begin getting ready the ultimate report,” Extra Director Normal of Police Sandeep Tamgadge, who’s supervising the SIT probe, stated.
He stated the ultimate report can be submitted to a courtroom. He disclosed that Military and Assam Rifles personnel, together with 37 officers, had been examined by the SIT that has 21 members, together with 5 IPS officers.