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Published on 9 Aug. 2010 12:13 AM IST
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GPRN/NSCN has condemned the August 6 incident at Namsa, Mon where one of its activists was fired upon by the NSCN (I-M) describing it as an “inhuman activity” aimed at keeping the people of Mon under fear psychosis.
GPRN/NSCN kilonser and also the supervisor of the CFSB, Wangtin Naga condemned the act of NSCN (I-M) activists in breaking hard earned peace process and sought clarification from them if they were really honouring the Covenant of Reconciliation.
He said that the NSCN (I-M) might give multiple reasons to justify their “inhuman action” but that no amount of reason could justify their “terrorist act.”
Wangtin also questioned the government of India as to why the NSCN (I-M) was allowed to make their permanent station in Tizit which was not their designated camp. The CFSB supervisor accused the Nagaland Police in Tizit of being in nexus with the NSCN (I-M) and allowing them to check all kinds of vehicles at Nagaland check post Tizit. He said that the August 6 firing incident took place 50 – 100 feet away from the check gate which was also between the check gate and police station. Wangtin wondered whether the state police brass was aware of such nexus and said that the responsibility of the incident would fall upon the office-in-charge and head of the police department in Tizit.
ENPO demands action
Expressing anguish over August 6 incident at Namsa, Tizit where a 19-year old girl was hit and wounded by stray bullets, Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organization (ENPO) Sunday demanded that action be taken against those involved.
ENPO president Y. Mongko Phom and general secretary Toshi Wunutung, described the nature of the incident a “extremely disturbing” and uncalled for.
Both have reminded all Naga factions and ”political groups” of the joint Tuensang summit 2007 resolution to strive for “total cessation of all forms of violence”, and also reaffirmed at Kiphire in 2009. While urging all groups to completely restrain from such activities, the ENPO cautioned that “contradictory activities” would compel the organization to extend non-cooperation against violating parties.
It may be mentioned, the NSCN (I-M) had said that a 19-year-old girl was injured by a stray bullet it fired blank shot to stop its former comrade, who allegedly fled after assaulting its members “on duty.”

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