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GPRN/NSCN denies role in NC Hills
Published on 6 Jul. 2009 12:28 AM IST
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Reacting to earlier new agencies reports carried in the media which suggested its involvement in the ongoing violence in NC Hills, the GPRN/NSCN said it “has no involvement whatsoever in the present turmoil in NC Hills.” Publicity cell of the GPRN/NSCN pointed out that the killing of NSCN (I-M) activist on July 2 by the Indian forces settled the matter as to who was indulging in terrorism. GPRN/NSCN expressed deep concern over the spiraling violence in NC Hills and asserted it did not see any solution through the acts of terrorism. The publicity cell said that any of its civil or military officials collaborating or assisting communal forces in the destruction of lives and properties in NC Hills would be doing so for his personal interest and did not, in any manner, reflect the policy of the GPRN/NSCN. It said that the Zeme Nagas and Dhimasas, for centuries had managed to tackle all communal and destructive elements together and maintained harmonious and brotherly relations even during the most testing of times. The GPRN/NSCN said that this threat to the age old bond between the Nagas and other communities particularly in NC Hills was a matter of great concern and added that it believed in ending the misunderstanding through dialogue between two communities. The GPRN/NSCN viewed the destruction of lives and properties of Nagas and Dhimasas in NC Hills as “sheer madness” which must be stopped immediately. It pointed out that the misunderstanding and animosity had further been aggravated by the involvement of armed miscreants pursuing their personal ambitions. It called for forceful handling of those individuals or groups aiding and abetting communal tensions. The GPRN/NSCN said that innocent Nagas and Dhimasas shall continue to bear the brunt of terrorists until and unless these destructive forces were jointly confronted through social co-ordination. The GPRN/NSCN also felt that the NGOs and civil societies must immediately initiate confidence building measures to re-establish the bond between the communities.

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