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Konyak Union warns of crucial steps

First Published: 7th December, 2022 15:07 IST

Even after a year, the fight for justice for the victims and their families in the famous Oting incident of Nagaland is still on. President of Konyak Union, Tingthok Konyak

The President said they are unhappy for delaying justice. He warned, “if the Central Government of India and Supreme Court of India failed to respond to our demand for Justice, ENPO and KU will take the crucial steps”.

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