Friday, June 14, 2024

KSU to probe murder of labourer


Share post:


By Our Reporter

SHILLONG: The Khasi Students’ Union (KSU) has order an inquiry into the recent killing of a non-tribal labourer and subsequent arrest of two of its members. Informing this here on Saturday, the students’ body chief Daniel Khyriem said it had deputed some of its members to conduct an inquiry into the incident. “Once the report is submitted, we will take a decision on the future course of action,” he said. “We will soon have a meeting and till then we cannot say anything,” Khyriem added. The State police have arrested two KSU members and a cab driver for their alleged involvement in the murder of one non-local labourer and in abduction two others in Mawiong on Tuesday. According to police, five KSU members assaulted three construction workers after they failed to produce any document pertaining to their citizenship.

The arrested persons have been identified as KSU’s Mawiong unit vice-president Banker Nongkseh (21) alias ‘Heprit’, KSU’s Nongkwar unit finance secretary, Anthony Warbah alias ‘Bahhep’ and driver T Marngar. Another two members of the KSU involved in the incident — Mawiong unit president Damuyan Skhemiew and Nongkwar unit general secretary Wansit Thangkhiew — are yet to be arrested.


Related articles

WI secure Super 8 spot

Kiwis’ T20 World Cup campaign is all but over Tarouba, June 13: Sherfane Rutherford smashed a career-best unbeaten half-century...

Williamson believes NZ need to keep getting better

Tarouba, June 13: Following his side’s disappointing 13-run loss against West Indies in the T20 World Cup 2024,...

Afghans eye win for Super 8 entry; USA look to go past Ireland

Tarouba, June 13: Afghanistan will eye another all-round effort to crush an inexperienced Papua New Guinea here and...

Shillong Lajong FC to conduct U-13 open trials for boys

By Our Reporter Shillong, June 13: Shillong Lajong Football Club is thrilled to announce open trials exclusively for local...