By Staff Reporter
NAHARLAGUN | Jul 26 | An ANSU team led by its president Toko Takam and GS Tukbom Ligu today visited violence-hit Dem village, triggered by murder of a youth on July 16 last, and exhorted the residents top maintain peace.
The team consoled the victim’s family members, urged them to have faith in law, maintain peace and tranquility.
Condemning the incident strongly, Takam said that none should support criminals as law of the land will deal with crimes strictly and advocated peace and tranquility reflecting unity and brotherhood. He urged law enforcing agency to deal with the case with iron hand.
Terming the incident very unfortunate, Ligu called for changing attitude in this IT age and never resort to any action that may affect peaceful coexistence and brotherhood. He made a fervent plea to one and all not to resort to blame game and made efforts for peace and unity.
Class-XII student Licha Tosu, 23, of Dem village near Deed in Yachuli under Lower Subansiri district had died on being allegedly attacked by One Neelam Taki, 60, with sharp weapon that ledto brewing and violence erupted.
A case (No 37/17 u/s 302 IPC) has been registered with Zio PS and Taki arrested the same day. SP Bomge Kamduk said.
However, victim’s father Licha Tanam said that his whole family and relatives are in trauma and wanted to consult with elite group and DC on the matter.
Meanwhile, ANSU team was lauded by the commuters on Tuesday for clearing the blockage at 1-km point near Hoj village along Hoj-Putin road to facilitate traffic movement.
Landslide had blocked road and a mail bus got stuck around 8 pm while attempting to cross while more than 50 vehicles on both sides were already stranded. The ANSU team returning from Yachuli with the help of stranded passengers retrieved the vehicle and clear the road.
Social worker Tadar Hare of Nyapin, among the commuters, lauded ANSU and urged them to maintain its tempo in the greater welfare of students community and society.