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Hindu Seva Samiti condemns stabbing of girl in Dimapur

By EMN Updated: Mar 23, 2024 8:23 pm

DIMAPUR — The Hindu Seva Samiti (HSS), Dimapur, has condemned the “heinous crime” perpetrated upon a girl who was brutally stabbed by one Abdul Mujid on March 22 around 11:30 am at a Realme store in Dimapur.

In a condemnation note, the HSS Dimapur said that the appalling incident has shaken the conscience of every citizen residing in Dimapur and adjoining states and that such acts of violence have no place in society.

It said that the victim, like any other individual, deserves to live and work in a safe environment without fear of such horrific incidents and added that such atrocities are intolerable, and the Hindu Seva Samiti stands in solidarity with the victim’s family.

It further wished the victim a speedy recovery and called upon the authorities to ensure that justice is served swiftly and that the perpetrator is held accountable for his actions. It also lauded the humane gestures shown towards the victim by the people from the nearby shop, which took her immediately to the hospital.

Extends Holi greetings

Meanwhile, HSS Dimapur has extended heartfelt wishes to everyone for a joyous Holi, noting that Holi symbolises the triumph of good over evil.

“It is a festival where we burn our vices and strive to become better individuals. Holi holds significant social importance as people come together, bury their hatchets, and celebrate the festival as one, regardless of class, creed, or economic status,” it said.

It stated that this sense of oneness is the essence of Holi, and the samiti urged all Hindu communities in Dimapur to celebrate a pollution-free Holi, emphasising the importance of adopting eco-friendly practices and safety measures to protect both the environment and human health, such as using organic colours, not littering the streets, and not causing harm to animals by throwing colours on them.

It also requested that water balloons, plastic pichkaris, and other materials be properly disposed of in designated garbage bins following the festivities in order to facilitate efficient waste management and prevent environmental pollution.

By EMN Updated: Mar 23, 2024 8:23:33 pm
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