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Published on 23 Feb. 2011 12:04 AM IST
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Expressing deep regret at the NSCN (I-M) leadership for the blatant violation of the Covenant of Reconciliation and the resolution of the September 18, 2010 resolution, the GPRN/NSCN and FGN has accused the NSCN (I-M) of ordering military operation in eastern side of Nagaland and deep into interior Naga homeland.
GPRN/NSCN’s MIP and FGN’s “Rali Wali” maintained that such “forceful intrusion and bloodshed is not in the interest of the Nagas.”
The two also said a group of armed NSCN (I-M) men, on operation, were not there (eastern Nagaland) to preach the Gospel. The two said “Serious questions emerge on the policy and intent IM for the potential volatile situation in eastern Nagaland.”
They said such “aggressive nature” of NSCN (I-M) in eastern Nagaland was extremely unfortunate as it was a serious breach of the Covenant.
Further, the two also alleged that while the Naga people eagerly await the summit of top leadership of different political groups, they asked whether the NSCN (I-M) has not adopted a “negative policy” by sending its men to intercept and prevent chairman SS Khaplang and Brig. (Retd) Singnya from attending the proposed summit”.
Asserting that FNR, on the strength of spontaneous response from Naga people, was also making all out effort to facilitate the meeting of top leadership in the near future, the two groups regretted the action of NSCN (I-M) leadership.
“Such deception is uncalled for and will naturally be confronted,” the GPRN/NSCN and FGN cautioned.
Recalling that the Covenant of Reconciliation was signed by top leaders of three Naga Political groups in June 2009 and again on September 18, 2010, they said all Naga political groups, in the name of God and witnessed by the Forum for Naga Reconciliation, declared to the Naga people and the entire world among others, to desist from pursuing territorial expansion so that a conducive atmosphere is sustained for strengthening the Naga Reconciliation Process.
They said GPRN/NSCN headed by chairman SS Khaplang and general secretary N Kitovi Zhimomi, FGN Headed by Brig. (Retd) Shingnya and Kedallo Zopra Vero had been steadfast in abiding by the agreed resolutions.
“Where do Naga Reconciliation stands if such stumbling blocks are created deliberately?” they further asked and warned that “any fallout would solely be blamed on those who propose further bloodshed to gain territorial foothold in eastern Nagaland.”

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