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MTYO warns on robbery

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Dimapur, April 20 (EMN): Taking serious exception on rampant vandalism as also robbery in Medziphema town area, a joint emergency coordination meet was held between Medziphema Town Youth Organisation (MTYO), Medziphema Town Students’ Union (MTSU), and both the Principal and Headmistress of Government Higher Secondary School, Medziphema, today where a number of issues were deliberated upon in detail.
The house discussed on the recent spate of vandalism where unknown miscreants had, in a number of cases, forcibly entered certain schools, offices, etc and destroyed properties without rhyme or reason.
In this regard, MTYO advisor Nito Krose directed all responsible chowkidars and night-guards to remain vigil at their concerned premises. While assuring to nab the culprits and to award befitting punishment without any leniency, MTYO sought cooperation from all the community.
MTYO president, Asazo Kuotsu, while addressing the students during the chapel session, warned everyone to be “wary of unscrupulous elements in our town” and to pass information accordingly whenever necessary.
Also speaking at the chapel session, Kevisese Krose, MTSU president, challenged the students to consider “public or school properties as our very own and not otherwise”.
MTYO, in its effort to work for public welfare, declared that it would take stern disciplinary actions against any perpetrator(s) who initiate criminal offences, intimidate, vandalise, loot or even attempt arson on instances. It further stated It further notified that any miscreants apprehended in the process would be liable to be blamed for all other circumstances, especially in robbery and vandalism, as considered in Naga tradition.
This was stated in a joint press release issued by MTYO president, Asazo T Kuotsu, general secretary Mhasilevi Kuotsu, vice presidents Pelhubikho Yalie and Ato Krose, information secretary Kevisetso Rino and assistant general secretary Thejangukho Yalietsu.

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