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Sumis respond to Khole’s call
Dimapur, May 27 (NPN):
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Published on 28 May. 2010 12:49 AM IST
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At a meting with GPRN/NSCN leaders ato kilonser N.Kitovi Zhimomi and commander-in-chief ‘Gen’ Khole Konyak in Zunheboto on May 16, Sumi civil societies and church leaders committed to work and support the Naga unification process so that a lasting political solution acceptable to all could be expedited.
According to the MIP of the GPRN/NSCN, ‘Gen’Khole in his address, had narrated events leading to present disunity, which he believed, began with the operations against Khiamniungans and Lainongs. Khole said despite his pleas,many innocent villages, including women and children were killed when the leaders paid no heed to his warning that killing among Nagas would only aggravate the problems. He said these killings in eastern Nagaland reached western Nagaland where the orphaned and widowed Nagas “ are our evidence.” He also said innocent Kukis were massacred under the “guise of ethnic clashes”
Khole said prior to the current efforts of Nagas for peace and reconciliation, fratricides were the order of the day.Currently, though Nagas are experiencing relative peace, it was not the end of the aspired objecitive. Khole asserted, that unless Nagas unite, no lasting political solution with the government of India could be achieved.He said solution related to people and unless people were involved, “solution is impossible.”
He appreciated the efforts of Sumis towards peace, reconciliation and unity and urged upon them to “further invigorate the unification efforts for the common welfare of the Nagas.”
The meeting was attended by Sumi Hoho, Sumi Totimi Hoho, Sumi GBs Federation, Zunheboto Town GBs Association, Concerned Citizens’ Forum, Church, public leaders and a host of GPRN/NSCN authorities and Sumi region national workers.

 
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