Post Mortem

(Tsanthungo Ovung president NPGN/NNC)

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 3/23/2019 12:45:42 PM IST

 My Beloved Country Man and Women I am deeply honored to address you on this historic occasion, I gave thanks to almighty to stand before my people on this auspicious 64th Naga Republic Day celebration of our nation.

I salute and pay my homage to our Martyrs who have made the supreme sacrifices for the Naga cause and the many freedom fighters for the vision and their selfless services. May their unyielding spirit and selflessness continue to inspire, guide and strengthen us.

Naga Country is a free nation, no history or any record and even the Indian Government can lie that Naga country was part of India as it was a free nation even before India become a free nation.

Nagas as a people have an ardent desire for peace and for cessation of hostility among the Naga national workers. We also prescribe to this desire of our people, while recognizing the rights of every Naga to desire for peace and the need of the Naga National Workers to reconcile and unite and also the need to be watchfull, so that the aspiration of our people is not betrayed nor forget the sacred pledge made by our people as we are unique as a people and we chose to determine, forge and shape our own destiny with dignity, integrity and freedom. Our nation has been facing powerful forces opposed to our cause who have sought to weaken us by adopting the policy of divide and rule and sowed the seed of animosity and suspicion.

In other words at no point of time Naga people surrendered their sovereign rights before any nation including India and Myanmar. As we know the Nagas are ready to sacrifice and firmly stand for the Naga nation under any circumstances against all odds and forces whatsoever. I president NPGN/NNC appeal to all Naga freedom fighters to love one another as we all are for single cause. Defecting from one faction to another faction at this juncture will not help but will only create enmity and antagonism among different NPGs. Rather, Naga people must try to know to live together as one people although they work under different NPGs.

Long Live Nagaland and Naga Nation

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