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NSCN/GPRN (K) reaffirms reconciliation
Published on 3 Jul. 2011 12:44 AM IST
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NSCN/GPRN (K) has claimed that present reconciliation process was initiated and spearheaded by NSCN/GPRN led by S.S.Khaplang and that since the inception of the process till date it was fully committed to uphold the 'Covenant of Reconciliation' attended by highest authorities of concerned entities.
It said despite "several provocations" the NSCN/GPRN has "weathered all this inimical and destructive forces."
According to a MIP statement, till June 7 last, there had been no instance of Khaplang's unwillingness or aversion to the Peace process except that Kehoi campers in order to mislead the Nagas and serve their own selfish interest hatched a plot to discredit Khaplang's leadership by merely concocting a story which has no validity is not supported by any facts or reason.
Alleging that "Kehoi campers" mostly comprises of "habitual defectors" who were also very self apprehensive when Naga Reconciliation gained momentum, the MIP said: "This in itself is evident in their testimony of changing loyalties every now and then as and when the situation suits them."
Asserting that they have no courage to face Isak, Muivah or SS Khaplang, under whose leadership they have been serving, the NSCN/GPRN (K) said so to escape embarrassment of having to face their own cowardice and disloyalty they misguided N.Kitovi Zhimomi and "gen." Khole to form a new "government" through unjustified and unconstitutional impeachment of S.S. Khaplang.
It claimed that Khaplang's impeachment was carried out by a "mere handful of 'workers'."
"These 'workers' were consigned to Kehoi a camp which in fact is non but the designated camp of the NSCN (K)," the MIP said, and pointed out that NSCN/GPRN under the leadership of SS Khaplang was still resolute in its commitment to the peace process now being led by FNR and would continue to be an ardent advocate of peaceful reconciliation and unification.
"Therefore the issue of Khaplang's aversion to Peace and Reconciliation is entirely untrue and baseless," the MIP said.
It also wanted Nagas to ask "Kehoi campers, upon what historical and political foundation they claim to represent the Nagas? What kind of government and by whose mandate have they come into being?"
NSCN/GPRN (K) said that Naga people should also ask "Kehoi campers, where their Council Headquarter or General Headquarter or Regional authorities are."
"The Kehoi campers are merely a collection of desperados who forcefully wrested the NSCN (K) camp at Kehoi and are now trying to befool the Nagas to pay them taxes, contributions etc so that they can continue to enrich their coffers and carry on with their business activities specially in and around Dimapur by using NSCN (K) designated camp at Kehoi as their safe haven," MIP statement asserted.
However, the NSCN (K) said it was no secret that in no time their "illegal occupation will soon some to a defeating end since they have no official recognition or status either in the political historical ramp on the Nagas struggle nor with the Government of India."
Further the MIP stated that "Nagas may also be enlightened on their agendas if any and if the consent of the Nagas has been acquired for the very existence of such a group of individuals gathered at Kehoi."
Stating that 'collection of people' incepted on June 7, 2011, were now "desperately trying to claim legitimacy by trying to wrest out the NSCN/GPRN designated camps at other places also," the NSCN (K) said in order to protect the sanctity and dignity of the Nagas struggle it would be compelled to initiate defensive measures to repulse the intruders "if these diabolical trend continues".
In the event of any eventuality, the MIP said "let it be known to the Nagas that NSCN/GPRN holds no responsibility."
The NSCN(K) further asserted that since the last five-six decades of the Nagas struggle there has never been any instance of S.S. Khaplang's opposition to Nagas unity and reconciliation.
"Let it be made very clear that the NSCN/GPRN under SS Khaplang's leadership will pursue political dialogue with the Government of India only on formal invitation from the same," MIP said, and refuted allegation that Khaplang was not interested in starting political dialogue with the centre to resolve "Indo Naga political".

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