CorCom blames GoI's divisive policy
Source: The Sangai Express
Imphal, January 10 2017:
Taking strong exception to the killing of N Gamnom village chief S Otkhomang Mate (57) s/o late S Doukhomang Mate and local Church chairman Tilpao Haokip (51) s/o late Holkhojao Haokip at Nungkam Satam village ground on January 7 after they were abducted from their village (N Gamnom) on January 6, the CorCom has accused the Government of India of always plotting to drive wedges among different indigenous communities of the land.
The Government has not been able to establish the facts and circumstances of the twin killing thereby projecting the criminal activity as committed by one community upon another with a sinister design to create animosity among different communities, said a press release issued by the CorCom publicity committee.
It further called upon all the indigenous people of the land to be wary of such divisive policies of the Government of India.