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Mulatonu warns Naga NGOs
Published on 20 May. 2010 12:16 AM IST
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Even as hundreds of trucks carrying essentials remained stranded in adjoining Nagaland owing to indefinite economic blockade enforced along NH 39 triggering acute food crisis and life saving drugs in Manipur, “envoy” to the GPRN/NSCN collective leadership, Kughalu Mulatonu has warned Naga NGOs against holding Manipur to ransom.
“We warn Naga civil society groups not to hold Manipur to ransom by blocking trucks from entering Manipur via Nagaland. You cannot do that as it violates all basic norms of human rights,” Mulatonu said, according to IANS.
“We want that the Meteis of Manipur and the Nagas cohabit without any animosity,” he said.
Mulatonu also accused NSCN (I-M) general secretary, Th. Muivah of being a terrorist who was trying to stoke communal clashes by pledging to visit his birthplace in Manipur.
“Muivah is a terrorist and his terror designs were reflected when he used hundreds of innocent Naga civilians as a human shield to try to enter Manipur and visit his birthplace. Muivah has no business to curb the human rights of the people of Manipur,” Mulatonu told IANS.

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