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NSCN (K) issues ‘final clarification’ on eviction

DIMAPUR, OCT 25 (NPN)
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Published on 26 Oct. 2014 1:19 AM IST
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NSCN (K) Saturday issued a “final a clarification” on the issue of “forcible eviction” of ‘gen.’ Niki’s family members.
In a press release, NSCN (K) PRO said the “final clarification was issued for all concerned to understand from the correct perspective, “in view of self-contradicting statement issued by Mr. Metha, MIP, Khehoi gang. NSCN (K) said that its “endurance has already been tested beyond limits” and vowed that the group would “relentlessly pursue” the matter until “inimical threats” were completely subdued.
NSCN (K) alleged that Mulatonu joined GPRN/NSCN with huge quantities of weapons and ammunition worth several crores of rupees. After this, NSCN (K) seized a bulldozer from Noklak area and took it to council HQ for custody, said NSCN (K) adding that ownership of the bulldozer could not be accredited to Mulatonu.
NSCN (K) said the bulldozer was purchased from the amount of Rs. 1 (one) crore Mulatonu received from Maytas-Gayatri (JV) as the group’s taxation which Mulatonu embezzled. The contest for ownership of Bulldozer should not have been attempted had Mulatonu ever possessed an iota of morality, said NSCN (K).
NSCN (K) informed that from April 2014, the “Khehoi gang,” initiated a cabinet discussion on the issue and resolved to evict Niki’s family members from Naharbhari, Dimapur and repeated “ultimatum and forceful physical eviction” of Niki’s family members followed with Mulatonu personally “commandeering” the eviction drive.
NSCN (K) also alleged that GPRN/NSCN MIP Kilonser Metha was “either ignorant of his own gang’s cabinet functioning or is mentally insane” to disown the cabinet’s decision. The group reminded that GPRN/NSCN ato kilonser N. Kitovi had on August 6, 2014 at his Amiphoto residence, Zunheboto, assured before Sumi Hoho that the current crisis would not be allowed to recur and informed that the matter had already been resolved internally. The next day, GPRN/NSCN cabinet re-convened and issued a 15-day ultimatum to Niki’s family.
Accusing Kitovi of “conniving enough” and of adopting “double standard”, NSCN (K) said he was “completely in disarray” to rein over his hostile cabinet. NSCN (K) said that on October 22, GPRN/NSCN’s Dimapur town command called for emergency meeting citing the cabinet directive and accordingly “armed goons numbering more than thirty swooped down” on Niki’s residence and forcefully “dragged out the wife, children and entire family members.”
Pointing out that Metha and Kitovi were completely unaware of their own cabinet activities, NSCN (K) said now it was for GPRN/NSCN to consider if the entire set-up was being “manipulated and monopolised” by one individual’s greed and insanity. On the allegation of Niki’s defection, NSCN (K) termed the contention as “illogical” since Niki has been in the service of NSCN (K) for the last 30 years and pointed out that formation of “Khehoi camp” by conglomerates of expelled members of NSCN (K) and NSCN (I-M) was only three years with effect from 2011.

 
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