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CFSB satisfied with law and order situation

IGAR (N), J P Nehra and CFSB chairman, Singson. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, Aug 24 (NPN):
Published on 25 Aug. 2009 12:16 AM IST
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Both the NSCN(K) and the representatives of the Government of India and state government expressed satisfaction over talks held during Monday’s Cease Fire Supervisory Board held at the NAPTC conference hall Chumukedima. NSCN(K) representative at the CFSB Singson told media persons after the meeting that there was overall satisfaction over the law and order situation and that his group was concerned about it. He also assured the people that the NSCN(K) would continue to do its best to bring about a better Nagaland. The NSCN representative also disclosed that the people nowadays, especially in Dimapur , have started coming out to make compliant against extortion which the NSCN(K) was trying its best to check. On being asked about the allegations of extortions, Singson alleged that many groups were randomly extorting money and they were always blamed for it. Asked about recent statements of state chief minister Neiphiu Rio that the NSCN(I-M)was having links with the HuJI terrorist group, Singson accused the NSCN (IM) of mud slinging on the issue of supporting Islamic groups but denied that his group had any link. Singson also admitted that the NSCN (K) was giving shelter to almost all the North east rebel groups who were fighting for a sovereign land including the ULFA in Myanmar . He however denied that the NSCN(K) was in any way involved in any subversive activities within Nagaland or with ULFA in Assam. Singson also said the NSCN(K) has been taking part in the meetings convened by the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR). On the issue of designated camps, he disclosed that there were five and if the need arose the NSCN(K) would seek for more. He also asserted that the ceasefire ground rules should be strictly implemented in letter and spirit. He also flatly denied any involvement of the NSCN(K) in the current violence in the North Cachar Hills. Chairman of the Cease Fire Supervisory Board, Lt General (Retd.) Mandhata Singh expressed satisfaction over the meeting with the representatives of the NSCN (K). The meeting was attended by state Home Commissioner, IGAR (N) J P Nehra, ADG (OPS) G K Rengma, DIG (OPS) PM Ramalingam and other top ranking officials from both the sides.

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