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NSCN (I-M) responds to AR says CF groundrules violated
Published on 30 Aug. 2010 12:18 AM IST
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Reacting to the press statements of the Assam Rifles that appeared in the local dailies, the NSCN(I-M) has quoted some of the points in the AR statements such as:
That one NSCN(I-M) cadre was killed and five others apprehended during ‘Operation Namsa’ ; accusing the NSCN(I-M) of violating the cease fire ground rules ; that when surrounded by the AR, the NSCN(I-M)cadres inside the Namsa camp ran away besides charging the latter of using ‘unparliamentary language’. In response, the MIP of the NSCN(I-M) said that when its cadres were running away, meant that they were tried to avoid armed confrontation in honour of the cease fire agreement. The MIP pointed that running away was not due to fear or timidity rather, though not being boastful, if its cadres had wanted to fight “in conventional weapons combat, 5/6 of our boys can take on 30/40 Indian armed personnel”. Secondly, it asked whether there was any provision in the cease fire agreement by which the “Indian armed forces can carry on military operation in Nagaland during the cease fire period”. The MIP demanded to know what the AR meant by ‘operation’?
Thirdly, it said the word unparliamentary language which the AR accused the MIP of using were “hard truths” and whether describing the “killing and attacking innocent men are parliamentary language?”. It advised the AR not to be “too wise in your craftiness.” Further, the NSCN(I-M) claimed it could “boastfully say, that at present Nagalim is one of the islands of peace in the entire world” and asked why the government of India and particularly, the home ministry was instigating the AR “ to disturbed the peaceful atmosphere at Nagalim time and again?”

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