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Do not mingle in our business: GPRN/NSCN

Members of the GPRN/NSCN (Kilonsers and NPAC members) at the press conference in Khehoi designated camp on Thursday. (NP)
Staff Reporter KHEHOI, OCT 28 (NPN):
Published on 29 Oct. 2010 12:31 AM IST
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GPRN/NSCN on Thursday sent out a clear message to the NGOs not to mingle with their business towards finding a solution to the Naga political problem, stating the time was yet to arrive for them to comment.
“This is a political problem and not social. So we advise them (NGOs) not to mingle into our business. If the NGOs want to have a say, they must first keep their house clean,” said Kughalu Mulatonu envoy to the collective leadership of GPRN/NSCN.
Addressing a press conference at Khehoi designated camp after a joint meeting of the kilonsers and National Political Advisory Committee (NPAC) members; he said that the GPRN/NSCN has enough manpower and political resources to bring a solution to the Naga political problem.
Stating that there were different playgrounds for the NGOs (social playground) and Naga political groups (political playground), the GPRN/NSCN told the NGOs to play in their own playground.
Mulatonu said that the GPRN/NSCN would invite the NGOs at an appropriate time to share their views and opinions but not at a wrong time. “NGOs must clearly understand that they have a say but no participation in the political dialogue,” the GPRN/NSCN envoy said.
The GPRN/NSCN alleged that organizations such as Naga Hoho, Naga People’s Movement for Human Rights (NPMHR), Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and Naga Mothers; Association (NMA) have lately been propagating anti-Naga social activities in Nagaland. It said that the NGOs were “worst divided today” and alleged that it was due to their leaders’ “unethical concepts and percepts” that the ENPO was birthed.
The envoy said that the Naga Hoho was not the right platform to carry forward the Naga political issue be it “Indo-Naga” or “Indo-Myanmar.”
It advised the Naga Hoho not to make any comments about the Naga political problem without clearly understanding the issue.
GPRN/NSCN asserted that a divided house with divided opinions with no clear objective cannot give a single ruling for the Naga people. It was pointed out that the prominent Naga NGOs do not have representatives from the Nagas living in Tirap, Assam, Myanmar etc. The envoy said that since Nagas were also living in Myanmar and Arunachal Pradesh, which China claims to be its integral part, it might also talk to these two countries.
The GPRN/NSCN recalled that the NSF and NPMHR were blacklisted by the government of India in 2003 because of their links with terrorist organizations. It advised the NGOs not to sabotage the process of reconciliation initiated by the FNR with “anti-Naga” activities by supporting terrorist organizations. The envoy also clarified that there was no difference between GPRN/NSCN chairman S. S. Khaplang and general secretary, Kitovi.
The GPRN/NSCN told NSCN (I-M) general secretary, Th. Muivah to keep his house clean in the Naga areas of Manipur reminding that the NGOs such as UNC, ANSAM and various committees in Southern Nagaland were propagating separate autonomy and administration. It recalled that the Tangkhul Naga Long had demanded Ukhrul as the summer capital of Manipur. GPRN/NSCN termed the demands in Southern Nagaland as a dangerous move to destroy the relationship between Kukis, Meiteis and Nagas. In this regard, the GPNR/NSCN advised Muivah to maintain a clear peace pact with the Kukis and Meiteis in Manipur.
The GPRN/NSCN also disclosed that Muivah had said during the September 18 meeting at Dimapur that he wanted to be an “excluded factor.”
Commenting on the arrest of NSCN (I-M) leader Anthony Shimray in Nepal, the GPRN/NSCN said it accepted Shimray as an agent of RAW. The GPRN/NSCN alleged that Muivah sent Shimray to China to extract intelligent sources for India.
A host of kilonsers and National Political Advisory Committee members were also present during the press conference.

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