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‘FNR not doing enough’: NSCN (I-M)
Published on 31 Oct. 2010 12:54 AM IST
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Conveying “loud and clear” message to FNR that it was “not doing enough” to bring reconciliation process into a “positive consummation”, the NSCN (I-M)’s joint council has urged the Forum to avoid arranging social gatherings or coordination meetings for time being, but focus only on convening “highest level meeting” soon as agreed upon.
According to NSCN (I-M) it had been agreed by parties concern in several meetings that highest level meeting – to be attended by chairman or president of respective organizations – be held at the earliest possible time.
“Failing to fulfill / fructify the agreement or in the event of the breakdown of the reconciliation process, the NSCN will not be held responsible,” a communiqué from the NSCN (I-M)’s MIP stated Saturday.
MIP said this decision arrived during a joint council meeting of steering committee executives and cabinet “kilonsers”, held October 29 at Hebron, which deliberated on current political situations at the “home front.”
“It is to be noted by the FNR and the Naga people that the NSCN had come down to the lowest ever standard for the sake of unity and reconciliation among Nagas in order to avoid further bloodshed among Naga brothers and put up a united strength and voice of the Nagas to adversaries,” the statement said.
Further, maintaining that it was “fully aware that some anti-Naga elements are fiercely and sleeplessly working to derail the unity and reconciliation process,” the NSCN (I-M) said every “Naga patriot” should be vigilant and be on guard, adding it would never give up the rightful cause of the Nagas under any circumstances.
The joint council, according to MIP, also decided to send “unequivocal message” to Sumi Hoho president Hokishe Yeptho to stop his “anti-Naga and anti-NSCN campaigns forthwith.”
“The NSCN is closely watching his speeches, writings and his movements through which he tries to propagate his anti-national agenda among the Nagas and to divide the Nagas further to satiate his vested anti-Naga ambition,” MIP statement said.
Meanwhile, in reaction to statement by envoy to GPRN/NSCN collective leadership Kughalu Molatonu, during press meet at Khehoi October 28, the NSCN (I-M) said it “urges Kughalu Molatonu, a child of yesterday and a novice in the Naga National movement, better to come to his sense and stop provocative speeches and actions.”
Alleging that Kughalu was an agent of RAW & IB, the NSCN (I-M) said he has not yet ascertained even his “tribal identity”, and further queried “how dare he attempts to speak the larger issue of the Nagas?,”
Suggesting him to listen and follow his “prudent seniors,” the NSCN (I-M) said: “Naga national politics cannot be measured in what he can write and speak English, a foreign language.”

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