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NSCN (I-M) firm on political solution
Published on 4 Jun. 2010 12:37 AM IST
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NSCN(I-M) has said that during the stopover at Viswema, a series of interactions were held with Naga public, social organizations, civil societies, church leaders, the media and well wishers at the formal and casual interface with ato kilonser Th.Muivah.
The MIP further said Muivah and the various public organizations had “productive dialogue for peaceful resolution of all issues through political dialogue.”
At the meetings with a cross section of people, support for all issue-based struggles was expressed, it said.
While asserting it was the right of any “oppressed nations or groups” to “assert and fight for their rights” the MIP said “revolution is bound to come” from people “driven to the extreme because of discrimination, domination and exploitation” by states and “mainstream ruling elites.”
In a pointed reference to various reports, the MIP clarified “there was no intentional official statement given, amounting to personal or communal attack on any group or leader at the local or national level, including P.Chidrambaram, the union home minister of India as reported in some national papers.”
The NSCN(I-M) said it was “ an honour for the Naga struggle” that it had not resorted to attack on innocent civilians” during the decades of resistance “ against the aggression from India and Burma.”
NSCN(I-M) has reaffirmed it stands by the principle that ‘Military way solution’ cannot solve issues and that “states must seek political approach and negotiation with the oppressed groups and nations”.
Meanwhile, the NSCN (I-M) has appreciated the hospitality extended by Angami people and Viswema village to Th. Muivah and his team during their 28-day stay in Viswema village.

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