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Tributes paid to victims of Karbi-Rengma conflict

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DIPHU, Jan 2 � Various social and student organisations of Karbi Anglong paid tributes to the victims of the Karbi-Rengma Naga ethnic clash of 2013, at a solemn prayer meeting held at Samson Sing Engti Park here on Monday.

The members of the Rengma Naga Students� Union and the Karbi Students� Association (Kro faction) attended the prayer service led by Pastor Jonathon Rengma. Penphega Rengma of RNSU and Mirjeng Kro of KSA led the prayers by lighting candles and the student members observed a minute�s silence for the peace of the departed souls.

Also among the dignitaries were former president of the Hill Youth Democratic Front, Longkiri Timung and representatives of the KSA (Bidya faction), the All India Karbi National Assembly, and the United Movement for Autonomous State.

Penphega Rengma in his short speech appealed to all the communities of the district to maintain peace and harmony. Longkiri Timung, while denouncing all modes of radicalism, stressed on the stipulation of rule of the law and political will to prevent inter-tribe clashes. On the occasion, volunteers of social organisations placed lighted candles in all prominent public places in the town.

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Tributes paid to victims of Karbi-Rengma conflict

DIPHU, Jan 2 � Various social and student organisations of Karbi Anglong paid tributes to the victims of the Karbi-Rengma Naga ethnic clash of 2013, at a solemn prayer meeting held at Samson Sing Engti Park here on Monday.

The members of the Rengma Naga Students� Union and the Karbi Students� Association (Kro faction) attended the prayer service led by Pastor Jonathon Rengma. Penphega Rengma of RNSU and Mirjeng Kro of KSA led the prayers by lighting candles and the student members observed a minute�s silence for the peace of the departed souls.

Also among the dignitaries were former president of the Hill Youth Democratic Front, Longkiri Timung and representatives of the KSA (Bidya faction), the All India Karbi National Assembly, and the United Movement for Autonomous State.

Penphega Rengma in his short speech appealed to all the communities of the district to maintain peace and harmony. Longkiri Timung, while denouncing all modes of radicalism, stressed on the stipulation of rule of the law and political will to prevent inter-tribe clashes. On the occasion, volunteers of social organisations placed lighted candles in all prominent public places in the town.