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Muivah’s entry to Chakhesang area opposed
Published on 2 Jun. 2010 12:22 AM IST
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GPRN/NSCN Chakhesang Region has strongly opposed the proposed visit of NSCN (I-M) general secretary, Th. Muivah to Chakhesang area, who was reportedly seeking to camp at Pfutsero under the shelter of Chakhesang Baptist Church Council (CBCC).
A press statement from the chairman of the GPRN/NSCN Chakhesang Region said that the proposed visit/camping of Muivah could never be accepted under any circumstances and added that forceful entry would lead to “ugly confrontation.”
The GPRN/NSCN Chakhesang region chairman described Muivah seeking to shelter himself at CBCC as a ‘shameful approach’ and reminded about the physical assault and harassment of Rev. K Luruo, the then mission field director of CBCC some years back by a one “constable” in Muivah’s functionary in his residential compound at Pfutsero Mission Centre. It said neither the “constable” has apologized nor the case compromised in any manner till date.
Referring to Muivah’s proposed visit to Somdal, the chairman said “we had no objection on his propose visit to his native village rather we ought to keep ourselves far away from interfering in it as it was none of our business; however our statement is specifically opposed to Muivah’s entry into the Chakhesang areas under any circumstances.” Pointing to the May 6 incident at Mao Gate where two innocent students were killed, the chairman further stated that the Chakhesangs would in no way invite such tragedy into their land.
The Chakhesang region chairman reminded about the ‘Quit Notice’ served to the Tangkhuls some decades ago following the “gruesome murder” of late “Lt. Gen.” PD Soho by Muivah’s cadres while he was “attending water field along with his family in Phek.”
The chairman claimed that the notice has neither been revoked nor a compromise on it made till date. However, he said that when the quit notice was served, the Chakhesang people did not intend to create enmity or undermine the Tangkhul community but as a sign of showing discontentment over the killing of their “general.”
The chairman told Muivah that if he wished to enter into the land of Chakhesangs, he should come along with Late “Lt. Gen.” PD Soho. He further said if “Lt. Gen” PD Soho could forgive Muivah and revoke the notice, the entire people of Chakhesang would stand together and say “Amen.”
The chairman said while the Chakhesang people, along with the rest of the communities, was giving its best efforts to stop blood shed and longing for peace to return into the land of the Nagas, the entry and camping of Muivah was never invited which would rather invite ‘blood shed’ in Chakhesang areas. He said such situation would unanimously be opposed by the entire Chakhesang community. “If Muivah can’t visit even his own birth place, how had he the courage to camp in Chakhesang land?” he asked. He further asked whether the Chakhesangs were “fool enough to welcome the blood shedding guest” in their kitchen.
The GPRN/NSCN Chakhesang Region, therefore, urged Muivah to refrain from planning as such entry so as to avoid confrontation adding that forceful entry would invite “blood shed” for which Muivah would be held responsible.

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