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GPRN/NSCN not to tax Tuli paper mill
Published on 12 Jul. 2009 11:54 PM IST
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GPRN/NSCN ‘Ato Kilonser’ N Kitovi Zhimomi has assured that the GPRN/NSCN would not levy any tax at the Tuli paper mill as it represented the economic refuge for thousands of Naga youths. “Nagas must now learn to sow economic seeds for the future while fervently pursuing our political right,” Kitovi said during interactions with various Hoho/Union leaders based in Dimapur since his arrival at the 2nd Brigade Headquarters, Khehoi Naga Army two weeks back. GPRN/NSCN publicity cell (MIP) in a statement said the ‘Ato Kilonser’ strongly opined that the industries and manufacturing units in Nagaland must be allowed to flourish and added that the attempt to revive Tuli paper mill in Ao region must also be fully supported and co-operated. Kitovi made clear his view that the Naga political struggle, at this juncture, needed unity of the Nagas first. “Political solution lies within the ambit of whether or not Nagas can reconcile amongst themselves,” he said. The MIP said that the ‘Ato Kilonser” had undertaken the current interaction with the Nagas because he believed that Nagas “can” and that a solution to any problem, most importantly that of political solution, beckoned only when people agree to bury the differences for “greater glory of the future.” Kitovi affirmed that killing among Naga brothers must stop. According to the MIP, Kitovi came with a clear conscience and great hope that Naga people would realize the differences between illusion and reality. It said the ‘Ato kilonser’ had so far had free and frank discussion with individuals and groups with great emphasis on the future rather than dwelling on the sordid tale of the past. In his interactions, he has made fervent appeal to all sections of Naga society to give greater priority to younger Naga generation. Stating that the socio-economic prospect of the future Nagas looked bleak with threats, intimidations, kidnapping, extortion etc, Kitovi said that a common approach must be sought to tackle these anti-social activities. He appreciated all valuable suggestions and opinions from the Nagas, the MIP statement added.

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