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Muivah meets Zeliangrongs
Published on 13 Jul. 2010 12:15 AM IST
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NSCN (I-M) general secretary Th. Muivah, who reached Peren Monday, said that Nagas have to understand each other and that if Nagas failed this time they would be a lost people without hope.
“We must step forward to correct ourselves, leaving aside individual’s interest,” Muivah was quoted as saying by NSCN (I-M)’s publicity ministry in a press statement.
According to MIP, Peren would be Muivah’s last stopover under his ongoing “reconciliation mission.”
Addressing Zeliangrong public at Peren, the NSCN (I-M) general secretary said God knew what was best for the Nagas. “But if the Nagas cannot realize this there lies the problem and there is danger,” he cautioned.
Enlightening the Zeliangrong people that God gave the Nagas its land, history and right, Muivah said it was not Indian or Chinese or the people who gave Nagas their land and history, adding the foundation of the Naga nation was laid down by God.
Showing his respect to what Jadonang was for Zeliangrong people, Muivah said Jadonang knew that British people were not the master of the Nagas, but master of themselves.
He went on to explain that Nagas were not created to be under the British or India’s control, saying the way Jadonang thought was correct.
Also, while reminding the people that it was the right decision taken by the NNC at the right time that saved the Naga nation, Muivah thanked God for giving such wisdom to the NNC leaders.
Meanwhile, he also shard with Zeliangrong people about the “unfortunate story” of Shillong Accord and how NSCN came into being to save the Naga nation, the MIP said.
Reiterating his earlier statements on reconciliation, Muivah said reconciliation should be brought about accepting that it was the will of God for Nagas to forgive each other.
He also restated that political solution should be based on Naga’s historical facts recognized by India. Muivah, however, added that in the name of peace and reconciliation Nagas should not be misled.
Fervently making an appeal to the Zeliangrong people to understand the step taken by NSCN (I-M), Muivah vowed that NSCN would never betray the people. Muivah was accorded a grand reception at Peren town, it said.
He commended that Peren, the last stop under the ongoing reconciliation mission, turned out to be the best in every respect. “It is inspiring to witness such beautiful reception and a huge turn out of the public,” Muivah said.

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