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GPRN/NSCN question trio for double tax collection

Dimapur, Jul 20
Published on 21 Jul. 2011 1:57 AM IST
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Reacting to the response by GPRN/NSCN deputy “kilo kilonser” and surpervisor Angami region Kechangulie Angami on tax collection in Kohima district, the chaplee ministry of NSCN/GPRN (Khaplang) through its MIP, said it has no objection to the trio Kechangulie, Apelhu Krose and Avono to collect taxes for Khehoi camp in the name of Angami Region.
However, it has taken strong exception that taxes are being collected in the name of NSCN/GPRN (K) and questioned the trio of collecting double taxes, one in the name of Khehoi camp and the other in the name of NSCN/GPRN (K).
The statement said that it has enough proof that the three has been indulging in illegal tax collection in the name of NSCN/GPRN (K) with their signatures appended on these demand notes.
Stating the NSCN/GPRN has never authorized/recognized the stature and position of Kechangulie, Apelhu Krose and Avono in its organization, the MIP has cautioned business establishments that the trio belonged to Khehoi camp and were taking advantage of the present turmoil in the Naga political movement by was issuing demand notes and letters to business establishments in and around Kohima.
It further asked Khehoi camp to ascertain whether the trio were assigned to collect tax in the name of both the organizations or were doing so in their own volition, bypassing the directives of the bosses at Khehoi camp. In this regard, MIP said it was willing to provide documents made by the trio in the form of extortion and demand notes in the name of GPRN/NSCN and NSCN/GPRN (Khaplang) though media.
The MIP further informed that Kechangulie Angami, who was earlier a driver in the NST department, was terminated from service due to insincerity and gross violation of discipline and ultimately landed up in Dimapur starting his career as a dalal and other notorious means.
Under constant pressure and duress following his misfortunes that arose due loans and debts, MIP said he owed money to various victims and having no means of shelter and from fear of reprisals, landed up in Khehoi camp in January 2010.  There, Kechangulie Angami, was offered a high profile post of Tatar as the situation then, was such that it had to have someone from the Angami tribe to take care of the Angami region, stated MIP.
After having established himself as a Tatar in an organization, Kechangulie resorted to all means of financial transactions with support from his wife, who in turn took advantage of her husband’s position as an UG, revealed MIP, adding it has enough proof to substantiate the wrong deeds committed by Kechangulie and his wife.
Meanwhile, also reacting to the response by GPRN/NSCN Angami region, finance secretary, NSCN/GPRN (Khaplang) A. Kits Achumi has dared Kechangulie Angami of calling him (A.Kits Achumi) an “imposter”.
Stating his (Kechangulie) appointment as “Tatar” in GPRN/NSCN was done during the finance secretary’s tenure as deputy secretary in the then GPRN/NSCN at Khehoi, Achumi questioned the contribution of Kechangulie during this short stint in the National movement.
Stating that he (A.Kits Achumi) joined the National movement since decades long and is still persistent and consistent with the Naga political movement under the leadership of SS Khaplang, the finance secretary invited Kechangulie for an open debate on his knowledge and his contribution to the Naga cause during his brief stint as a National worker.
The finance secretary also cautioned persons dealing with Kechangulie not to be misguided by hoodlums and report any matter with regard to any financial matters to its finance secretary.

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