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NSCN (I-M) censures Jamir’s leadership
Published on 5 May. 2011 1:03 AM IST
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The NSCN (I-M) Wednesday said failure of Dr.S.C Jamir and NPCC president Sungit Jamir to positively respond to its earlier call for “confessional statements” regarding “their devious role in mechanizing rumour of purported assassination plan on the life of S.C. Jamir by NSCN, has been “seriously viewed.”
The NSCN (I-M), in an emailed statement issued by its MIP, said “concocted story” that sounded false alarm to Delhi by NPCC president resulted to issuing a “directive vide F No 9/28/97-T dated 15th April 2011 by one Dr. M.C. Mehanathan, director, North East Cell, under the Indian Home Ministry,” to Nagaland state to provide full security cover to Jamir.
The NSCN (I-M) also claimed that union minister of state Ashwani Kumar had left Nagaland with a “heavy bag of gratitude gift” allegedly for denouncing the ongoing “Indo-Naga peace process.”
“This is calculated to make the simpletons believe that no solution will come out of the talks and that Jamir is the only and the best option for the Nagas,” the MIP said, adding to boost his (Jamir) otherwise “sagging position” in the 26 Aonglenden by-elections such “treacherous and cheap acts deplorable from all aspect” were performed by him.
Accusing S.C. Jamir of having a long record track of being “deadly opposed” to the “Naga national struggle for recognition of our rights,” the NSCN (I-M) said: “During the 1st Indo-Naga cease-fire, in his letter to Shilu Ao, the then chief minister of Nagaland, Jamir expressed strongly against any kind of solution for the better future of the Nagas.”
Further, the MIP alleged that Jamir has his foot prints in entire major crisis Nagas went through the years.
“S.C. Jamir was instrumental in both 1978 Military coup staged by Lt. Col. Supong and the 1988 Khaplang’s abortive coup,” NSCN (I-M) claimed, saying his “so-called ‘Peace Offensive’ of 1996” saw hundreds of innocent civilians butchered.
When the 2nd Indo-Naga cease-fire and the peace process took off in 1997, the NSCN (I-M) said Jamir was “tooth and nail” opposed to it and gradually instigated peaceful neighbouring states with his “infamous statement” in 2001, “as for me it is ok but it is for the neighbouring states to react”. “And the hell bent loose!” it added.
Also, the NSCN (I-M) said, Dr.S.C. Jamir, during the chief ministers’ conference in Delhi in 2004, said NSCN must accept Indian constitution and if they refused, they must be declared terrorist organization and should be crushed.
“In the early part of 2010, Jamir went to Manipur and told Ibobi Singh and Rishang Keishing to totally oppose the Naga Integration,” it further claimed.
The NSCN (I-M) asserted a “raven will always be a raven” and that it can never become a dove. “So also, S.C. Jamir will never change his color,” it said.
According to NSCN (I-M) such “false teacher” can never be a true leader of the people but rather people are used as “his ladder to climb up to his seat to serve his own purpose.”
Therefore, the NSCN (I-M) said it would be “folly” on the part of the people to make “such a person a leader.”

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