Konyak Union writes to President Ram Nath Kovind searching for an impartial probe into the December 4-5 incident by a reliable company.
The Konyak Union, the apex physique of the Konyak Naga group that dominates Nagaland’s Mon district, has demanded the identification and reserving of all Military personnel concerned within the massacre of 14 civilians at Oting village.
In a letter to President Ram Nath Kovind, the union additionally stated that the motion taken in opposition to the erring troopers needs to be put within the public area inside a month.
The union requested the President to make sure two members from the Japanese Nagaland Peoples’ Organisation (ENPO) in an impartial workforce underneath an entire investigation company for probing the killing of the civilians by the para commandos at Oting village on December 4 and 5.
In search of execution of legislation by means of the judicial system, the Konyak Union stated the responsible troopers should be recognized, booked and punished underneath an relevant civil court docket. “Motion taken in opposition to these erring officers for the Oting Yatong bloodbath should be put within the public area inside 30 days,” it stated.
Declaring non-cooperation in opposition to the armed forces, the union stated all models of the 27 Assam Rifles should vacate the Mon district for failing to offer safety to the residents. It additionally requested the safety forces to cease patrolling within the Konyak area in the course of the seven-day public mourning interval from December 6.
The union accused the safety forces of defying the ENPO’s declaration of December 18, 2007, forbidding bloodshed within the areas underneath the jurisdiction of the organisation.
The ENPO areas are inhabited by six Naga communities.
The Konyak Union additionally demanded the instant repeal of the Armed Forces (Particular Powers) Act from the complete north-eastern area.