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NSF protest rally against Wuzu killings

By The Assam Tribune

KOHIMA, July 24 - Despite incessant rains, a large number of people joined the mass protest rally organised by the Naga Students� Federation (NSF) in the State capital here yesterday.

The NSF rally was organised in protest against the Wuzu killings of July 16 last and also to press for immediate repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), 1958 and also demanding revocation of the Disturbed Areas Act from the entire State.

Student leaders led by NSF president Subenthung Lotha met Governor PB Acharya and submitted a memorandum demanding punishment of the war criminals responsible for the Wuzu massacre and immediate revocation of AFSPA.

The NSF memo also demanded the armed forces both military and para-military to be recalled back to their respective camps.

Two students � T�zali of Phor village and Aso of Wuzu village were killed on July 16 allegedly by the personnel of Assam Rifles at Wuzu village under Meluri sub-division of Phek district. PTI

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NSF protest rally against Wuzu killings

KOHIMA, July 24 - Despite incessant rains, a large number of people joined the mass protest rally organised by the Naga Students� Federation (NSF) in the State capital here yesterday.

The NSF rally was organised in protest against the Wuzu killings of July 16 last and also to press for immediate repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), 1958 and also demanding revocation of the Disturbed Areas Act from the entire State.

Student leaders led by NSF president Subenthung Lotha met Governor PB Acharya and submitted a memorandum demanding punishment of the war criminals responsible for the Wuzu massacre and immediate revocation of AFSPA.

The NSF memo also demanded the armed forces both military and para-military to be recalled back to their respective camps.

Two students � T�zali of Phor village and Aso of Wuzu village were killed on July 16 allegedly by the personnel of Assam Rifles at Wuzu village under Meluri sub-division of Phek district. PTI