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NSCN (I-M)- public meet in Mkg
Correspondent MOKOKCHUNG, MAY 25 (NPN):
Published on 26 May. 2010 12:21 AM IST
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Ao civil societies have affirmed “to stand firmly for Naga sovereignty” and extend support “whole heartedly” towards the current peace process between government of India and the NSCN (I-M).
This was resolved in a consultative meeting, organized by NSCN (I-M), held here at town hall Tuesday. The meeting was attended by senior NSCN (I-M) functionaries, members of several Ao civil societies and public of Mokokchung.
Main purpose of the meeting was to highlight the latest development taking place around “Southern Nagaland” in the aftermath of May 6 Mao gate incident. At the meeting, NSCN (I-M) steering committee executive member Q. Tuccu expressed disappointment with the government of India for its “insincerity towards the Naga political issue.”
Highlighting the problems faced by “Southern Nagaland” people, aftermath May 6 incident, Tuccu said their sufferings represented the suffering of all Nagas.
NSCN (I-M) leader also said that repression by Manipur government was just “temporary”, adding that one day Manipur government would surrender to the Nagas. Meanwhile, another NSNC (I-M) leader “maj. gen.” Phunting Shimrang said that rights of the “Naga nation” cannot be compromised, and that it was committed to stand till the end.
Further, he observed that if things went on like this, one day Meities and Nagas would be at war.
“We are being forced to go to war and that this time the war will be a very different one,” Pungting said and requested all to work together with “vision and wisdom”. The consultative meeting was followed by interactive session, where many people took part in the discussion.
Later, the meeting recommended several suggestions and proposals. It included appropriate arrangements to celebrate forthcoming “Naga Independence day celebration in a big and grand way.” The meet also proposed the need to have a political seminar for better awareness among the general public; to help the sufferings of the southern Nagas in every possible ways and to approach ABAM for a fasting prayer for the “Naga nation.”
Ao civil societies included Ao Senden, AKM, concerned citizens’ forum, senior citizens’ forum, village council members from all the six ranges besides general public.

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