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GPRN/NSCN greets
Published on 1 Dec. 2009 12:44 AM IST
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With festive season setting in, the GPRN/NSCN has wished all a “very blessed Christmas and a prosperous New Year.” Appealing for continuous prayer and moral support from all, the GPRN/NSCN “MIP kilonser” Meren–Nokpu, in a message, on Monday expressed gratitude to all “distinguished Nagas” and “common man” for “walking with us through thick and thin in the last two years, ushering for peace and to end bloodshed among the Naga brethrens.” Pointing out that they were “wrongly judged many a times, falsely accused, vehemently criticized and humiliated,” the “kilonser”, however, said their “resolve to translate” the will of Naga people into victory was never in doubt at any point of time. “Our hard work combined with the effort and support of our people has been answered abundantly by the ‘Prince of Peace’,” Meren-Nokpu said. Also, expressing gratitude to initiators, participants and supporters of ‘Unification and Reconciliation Movement”, the GPRN/NSCN said it was through “this glorious effort” that present day’s atmosphere has been built. Further, assuring that it would leave no stone unturned in seeking and ushering ‘Peace and Harmony’ for present and future generations, the GPRN/NSCN appealed to “our people” to be vigilant so that no “anti- social element” could create “problems” and take advantage on this festive occasion. Gypsy found Meanwhile, the GPRN/NSCN has informed the rightful owner of Gypsy (NL-10-3201) to produce relevant documents and claim it within seven days. GPRN/NSCN UT-I chairman H Swu, in a press note, said the vehicle along with official documents was found abandoned by its staff at Diphu river via Old Airport Road November 30.

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