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Move to replace Padmanabhaiah “unwise”:NSCN (I-M)
Dimapur, Jul 16 (NPN):
Published on 17 Jul. 2009 12:49 AM IST
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Reacting to the move of the Government of India to replace the Government Interlocuter K. Padmanabhaiah, the NSCN (I-M) has cautioned that it (Government of India) would be making a mistake if it did so “at this crucial point of time”. The MIP /GPRN reminded that the Vajpayee government appointed Padmanabhaih as Interlocuter on July 28,1999 after unceremoniously removing previous incumbent Swaraj Kaushal as the latter had taken a “firm and positive stand on the issue to arrive at a just and honourable solution acceptable to both the parties”. While acknowledging that the current negotiations between the Government of India with the NSCN (I-M) was moving at a slow pace, the MIP however, said it would be “unwise on the part of the Government of India to make him (Padmanabhaiah) scapegoat for its failure”. The NSCN (I-M) also refuted allegations that it was “harboring and helping other revolutionary organizations in the so called North East”. It clarified that the “NSCN has no clandestine/official relation with others to create situations in any part of India after signing of cease fire agreement.” The NSCN (I-M) asserted that it was “deeply committed to the political solution” and that “no one should doubt about it.”

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