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NSCN (I-M) slams Wangtin’s statement
Published on 7 Nov. 2010 12:14 AM IST
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NSCN (I-M) Saturday slammed GPRN/NSCN “kilonser” Y. Wangtin Naga by calling him a “chameleon who changes his color every moment.” In a rejoinder to Wangtin’s statement published in local dailies October 31 last, the NSCN (I-M)’s MIP said Wangtin “speaks one thing at a place and speaks another of the same thing at any other place”, adding that “such man is dangerous for any group or society.”
On the other hand, the NSCN (I-M) while agreeing to Wangtin’s assertions that Naga political movement was a collective issue and that declaration of Naga Independence on August 14, 1947, the plebiscite of 1951 and the uniqueness of Naga political history and situation were not private properties of NSCN (I-M), the MIP statement said: “In all these he is cent-per-cent right and the NSCN leadership is pursuing them in the interest of the Nagas as a whole.” Further, on Wangtin’s statement that “no faction is superior to the other”, the MIP said whether NSCN (I-M) under the leadership of Isaac-Muivah was superior or inferior, Wangtin “better ask this question to the Indian leadership and the foreign political analysts who have the profiles of every group on their finger-tips.”
Kma command notifies
NSCN (I-M) Kohima town command has clarified that its ‘army’ was not authorized to collect taxes as it has its own finance department. This clarification was issued by ‘commander’ Kohima town, ‘Col.’ Ayo following complaints about “anti-social activities” carried out by certain vested individuals/group defaming the image of its ‘government’ in the form of intimation demand of funds and coercive collection of taxes. The NSCN (I-M) has called upon all responsible Naga public to be vigilant and not to entertain such unwarranted activities at all cost. With the objectives of putting an end to such anti-social elements/confusion/harassment for good, it has asked all concerned individuals/businessmen/officers/departments who were victims of such very act to immediately contact mobile numbers 9402902215 and 98632185309 for necessary action.
Chakhesang national workers on reconciliation
Chakhesang national workers in the NSCN (I-M) have said that their counterparts in the GPRN/NSCN and NNC/FGN have exposed their “total opposition” to the reconciliation of the Chakhesang community national workers.
NSCN (I-M) ‘deputy kilonser’ Huphuyi Venuh and PRO, M. Akho Chuzho said in a statement that some of the like minded leaders of the Chakhesang community national workers from NSCN (I-M), GPRN/NSCN and NNC/FGN (Shingya) organized a goodwill get together in a form of a picnic on November 6 at Yoruba village to consummate through the spirit of reconciliation even at the grass root.
The signatories, however, said that leaders such as Zhopra Vero and Alezo Venuh have been totally opposed to such positive initiative. “On instigation all of a sudden the members of other groups began to act very aggressive and even threaten that we will not be allowed to go out of the Village and therefore the planned goodwill get together was not only rendered unfruitful but also created a wider gap among the Chakhesang community national workers of different political groups,” the NSCN (I-M) Chakhesang national workers said. In the event of any fallout in the present relative peace in the Chakhesang area, the signatories said, Zhopra Vero and Alezo Venuh would be solely held responsible.

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