Nagaland: WAYO organizes protest rally against the Alleged Murder of Kezhalelie Lawrence Miasalhou

Kezhalelie was dies after assault on May 18 by two youths in the aftermath of a vehicular traffic related scuffle.

KOHIMA-  The Western Angami Youth Organization (WAYO) today organized a public rally in protest against the tragic murder of Kezhalelie Lawrence Miasalhou who was serving as Political Assistant to the Deputy Commissioner of Kohima.  Kezhalelie was dies after assault on May 18 by two youths in the aftermath of a vehicular traffic related scuffle.

The protesters took out a rally with banners and placards from Paramedical junction Kohima till the Deputy Commissioner Kohima office  and submitted a memorandum.

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In their memorandum, the WAYO has demanded the law enforcing agency to immediately arrest the two culprits and booked them under all relevant sections of the law and be given exemplary punishment.

Additionally the WAYO has demanded that no bail should be given to the culprits under any circumstances and cautioned that if any person or group tries to bail them out, they will be held responsible for any untoward consequences.

Meanwhile, two individuals identified as Neizosetuo Kire of 24 years old and Khrietsonyü Whuorie of 25 years have been arrested by Kohima Police in connection to May 18 physical assault made on an elderly man who succumbed to his injuries.

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The Angami Students’ Union (ASU) has expressed shock and dismay over the tragic incident that unfolded on May 18 in the Phoolbari area of Kohima, resulting in the untimely demise of Kezhalelie Lawrence Miasalhou.

Expressing solidarity with the grieving family, the ASU pledged its full support and cooperation in the pursuit of justice for Miasalhou, praying for his soul to rest in eternal peace.


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