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GPRN/NSCN deplores
Published on 6 Jun. 2010 12:04 AM IST
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Lamenting that the “deplorable politics” was plaguing the Covenant of Naga Reconciliation, symbolizing reconciliation and peace among Nagas, as signed by S.S.Khaplang, Isak Chishi Swu and ‘Brig.’ Singya, the GPRN/NSCN said the Covenant also meant that Nagas and their neighbours resolve outstanding issues with maturity and wisdom.
The GPRN/NSCN maintained that the ‘Covenant did not anoint Th.Muivah to represent the Nagas and create social unrest in Manipur and Nagaland.”
Referring to the current tensions, it said “ the seeds of misunderstanding sowed by adversaries between Nagas and their neighbours can neither be solved by one man’s wishful thinking nor by the whims and fancies of Manipur Nagas or Manipur government.”
According to the GPRN/NSCN, Nagas of Manipur have suffered for over a month due to what it described as “wrong politics” and the mobilizing of Nagas after the Mao gate incident painted as “horrendous political miscalculation.” Further, it said “some miscreants are reportedly being paid to create trouble in Dimapur by targeting Manipur bound vehicles”.
The GPRN/NSCN said it was wrong on the part of Nagas of Manipur state “ to solely believe in the wisdom of Th.Muivah and some civil society leaders from Nagaland” on the issue of integration of Naga areas with Nagaland “albeit, with a little help from the Government of India.” The GPRN/NSCN said it should be made clear , that “no amount of pressurizing Manipur government, economic blockades or memorandums” to the government of India” would succeed.
Referring to the Autonomous District Council(ADC)elections in Naga areas of Manipur, the GPRN/NSCN alleged that the “unopposed winners are nephews and nieces of IM leaders”.It said Nagas in Nagaland are not fools to know that the Tangkhul Naga Long in 2009 “pleaded with the GoI to make Ukhrul the summer capital of Manipur”. The MIP took a dig when it said “those enjoying the benefits of two states i.e.,Manipur and Nagaland under the guise of National workers, should not talk about the subject which is simply not theirs”. It added that “beneath the façade of Hohos and Hahas”, the general public know who is confusing them. The GPRN/NSCN “Naga political struggle against occupational forces has little to do with one man going to his village in another Indian state”.
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