DENSU, DAYO Condemns the Incident of Child Abuse at Dimapur

DENSU, DAYO Condemns the Incident of Child Abuse at Dimapur

Dimapur, May 29 (NEx): Dimapur Eastern Nagaland Students’ Union (DENSU), Dimapur Ao Youth Organisation (DAYO) strongly condemned the physical abuse of a minor non-local domestic servant allegedly by a couple named Lipokchuba and Bendangnaro presently residing at Sematilla Colony, Dimapur as per the suo moto FIR lodged in Sub Urban Police station.

The DENSU in it’s condemnation letter said that the severe physical injury inflicted upon a minor boy keeping in their own custody as a domestic helper is extremely heinous and depraved. It is not only a physical assault but also an attempt to life, the Union added.

It also stated, ‘Such a cruel act committed against a 9 year old boy by a couple who have their own children is unimaginable and disheartening and the same is a threat to humanity’.

DENSU beseeched every right thinking society not to remain silent but to condemn the cruel act.

Further, it acknowledged the immediate action taken by the Sub-Urban Police station in registering suo motto FIR and arresting the couple consequently.

The union prays the law enforcing agency to leave no stone unturned in pursuing the matter and deliver justice to the minor victim.

Meanwhile, the Dimapur Police updated on the incident and said the married couple residing in Sematilla colony was arrested on criminal charges of physically assaulting a male (minor) domestic help. It also informed that based on a suo moto FIR, a case has been registered at Sub Urban Police Station.

Further, the Dimapur Ao Youth Organisation (DAYO) in it’s press release said that perpetrators of such heinous crimes cannot be tolerated in civilized society and demanded the law enforcing agencies to deliver justice and punish the culprit as deemed under law at the earliest.

The organization also extended highest appreciation to the personnel of Sub Urban PS for the timely action taken and further advised that no member of the community should try to bail out the alleged criminal and let the law take its own course unhindered.