Hundreds marched the street of Naharlgun seeking justice for Late Khyoda Tama lending bolstering support in the grim situation of Khyoda Family
Naharlagun: Hundreds participated in the candlelight march seeking justice for late. Khyoda Tama, who was brutally murdered on the 4th of November by some unknown miscreant. The Kyoda welfare Society has totally condemned the gruesome act which has perturbed the entire society and the family in particular. The ANYA President Byabang Joram also solicited his presence, lending a bolstering hand to the Khyoda Society and to the bereaved family.
Sources informed that the gruesome act happened on the 4th of November 2021, while the celebration of Diwali was in full swing. According to the Khyoda family, Late Tama was attacked by some group indiscriminately leading to his tragic death.
President of Khyoda Welfare Society Shri Khyoda Vijoy informed that the deceased late Kyoda Tama, aged 24 son of Shri Khyoda Budu a policeman and Smt Kyoda Yaju (Housewife) had just completed his Agri B.Sc of Dolphin PG College.
"Late Tama was a very potential and bright guy who was serious about to his career" expressed Khyoda Vijoy while speaking to the East News on Saturday.
"We have faith in the judiciary system, therefore justice has to be given to the departed soul, the criminals don't belong to any clan, tribe, or community, they should be punished" added Vijoy.
General Secy of Kyoda Welfare Society equally condemned the tragic event and bellowed that "The criminals must not be given any bail and would like to request the police to investigate as early as possible"
Meanwhile, the Police have informed that charge-sheet would be filed at the end of this month.
ANYA President Byabang Joram while addressing the Media condemned the brutal incident. "Larai jagra toh hota hain magar murder tak karna nai chaiye" added Joram.
"The murderer should be given the death penalty" bellowed Joram while speaking against the criminal atrocities done to the 24-year-old late Khyoda Tama.
The other members present at the gathering urged the state government to come forward to thwart the increasing crime in the Itanagar Capital Region.
(Photo credit: East News to the SPACE media/WhatsApp)
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