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NSCN (I-M) slams Mulatonu
Published on 21 May. 2010 12:55 AM IST
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Hitting back at Kughalu Mulatonu of the GPRN/NSCN, the NSCN/GPRN today said when Nagas across the world burned with emotional awakening against Manipur’s use of “inhuman weapons of terrorism” to suppress rights of Nagas by refusing to allow Th. Muivah to visit his native village, Somdal, “a boy of yesterday with dubious character (Kughalu Mulatonou) again raised his ugly head for the molestor of Naga historical and political rights and not to speak of human rights” governed under international law.
The MIP of the NSCN/GPRN also accused Mulatonu of being on a mission to run down the rights of Nagas as voiced by the NSCN/GPRN under the collective leadership of its chairman Isak Chishi Swu and general secretary Th. Muivah.
The MIP said when Naga political groups decided to respond to the desire of the Nagas as initiated by the FNR at the crucial period of the peace process, by standing together and learning to show a spirit of reconciliation and unity and forgiving each other so as to work together as national workers with a common objective, Mulatonu again identified himself “ as a notorious blacksheep of Naga family.”
The MIP accused Mulatonu of being at variance with the Naga spirit by venomous attacks against Naga family and wondered why was he “so desperate to kill the Naga issue” which he claimed to have adopted as his mission?
The MIP said it was on record, that whenver Nagas were in conflict with Kukis he chose to side with the latter and even in the present situation, when Nagas are forced to settle their account with Meiteis, in Manipur, Mulatonu chose to “advocate the Meiteis”. Further, it asked how much was Mulatonu paid by the Meteis or intelligence agencies “at the behest of Manipur government and chauvinist Meiteis?”
The MIP said Mulatonu “has yet to learn many things” though he chooses to be “trained and paid” by Indian intelligence agencies to whom he remained faithful, though Nagas view him with disdain.
Mulatonu, in his statement that appeared on the May 20 issue of the local dailies, had warned Naga NGOs against holding Manipur to “ransom” through road blockades.

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