Indian commander brutally killed Naga Police officer in Manipur
Indian Commander brutally killed Naga’s compatible Police Officer at Outpost Sanjenbam Police in Imphal
The brutality of India is continued on Naga’s. We Naga’s should open our eyes before it’s too late. They are killing us day by day. Naga’s are not saved. India always tried to deign and wreaked Naga’s for their aplomb. Indian are always itching palm .We should arrant our freedom movement to break siege of India. From the day first India tried to kill us but Naga’s always fight temerity. The land of Nagaland and their people are not the part of India. Naga’s are not Indians.
45-year-old rifleman died after he was reportedly shot dead by the commander at the Nongpok Sanjenbam Police Outpost in the Imphal East district, Manipur on Monday, an official source said.
The rifleman Apuna Kamei, who was on duty at his outpost was allegedly shot dead by the commander of the outpost after an altercation at around 5 pm on Monday.Apuna Kamei, a rifleman of the 6th India Reserve Battalion was attached to the Outpost.
He received two bullet injuries and died on the spot, the police said.
The body of the killed rifleman was deposited in the morgue of the JNIMS hospital Imphal for post-mortem.
The alleged accused was detained for further interrogation and the weapon used in the crime has been recovered, the police said.
Meanwhile, a Joint Action Committee against the killing of Apuna Kamei has been formed.
The Committee among others demanded a judicial inquiry leading to the death of the rifleman and the termination of the commandant from his service immediately.
It also announced not taking the dead body until the demands are met.
Apuna Kamei, a resident of Moirangkhom, Imphal left his wife and two daughters.