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Mulatonu asks Muivah not to disturb peace
Staff Reporter KHEHOI (DIMAPUR), JUN 7 (NPN):
Published on 8 Jun. 2010 1:32 AM IST
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GPRN/NSCN has “advised” NSCN (I-M) general secretary, Thuingaleng Muivah not to disturb the peace and tranquility of the Naga people with his Manipur problems and not to enter areas administered by the GPRN/NSCN.
Talking to media persons at Khehoi designated camp Monday, envoy to the collective leadership K. Mulatonu said the GPRN/NSCN would not enter Ukhrul “the thickest den of Muivah and his boys”. At the same time, he advised Muivah not to enter areas administered by the GPRN/NSCN in adhering to the Chingmai declaration. Mulatonu said he had also conveyed the message to FNR convenor Rev.Dr.Wait Aier that the principle be respected.
He accused Muivah of violation of the cease fire ground rules by “running the borders of Manipur and Nagaland and the national highways with 50 to 60 armed cadres.” Mulatonu maintained that the government of India should step in and enforce the cease fire ground rules otherwise the Centre and the state government would be held responsible for any consequences.
Mulatonu further alleged that Muivah has been provided “unprecedented security” by the Nagaland government to create “terrorist activities” between the two states. He also accused the government of India and Nagaland state of “jointly encouraging Muivah” to expand the borders of “terrorism” under security to enter Manipur where he is a “wanted criminal having Rs one Lakh on his head.”
He alleged that Muivah wanted rehabilitation in Ukhrul and but kept talking in the name of Nagas. “ to solve his Ukhrul problem”. Mulatonu asserted that the GPRN/NSCN “will not allow Muivah to keep Nagaland on furnace to build his castle in Ukhrul”.
He accused Muivah of having compromised on “ Naga sovereignty and integrity” which does not grant the NSCN(I-M) leader to run “terrorism” in Nagaland. “Naga problem is not terrorism, it is political and it will be solved by the Nagas and not strangers,” he said. Referring to the book, “The Naga Polity” written by Horam, Mulatonu said “Tangkhuls were the elder brother of the Meiteis and when Meiteis and Nagas are not brothers, how can the Tangkhuls be Nagas ? But if they so want, it is the decision of the Nagas.”

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