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Expulsions: factions explain their actions
Published on 5 Jul. 2011 12:33 AM IST
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Continuing with their ‘paper war’ former comrades split between the GPRN/NSCN and NSCN/GPRN (Khaplang) factions hit out at each other over the basis of the expulsions and counter-expulsions. Against the backdrop of both having committed themselves to the Covenant of Reconciliation among Naga groups, the diatribes continue to fly thick and fast.
In a statement the ministry of information and publicity (GPRN/NSCN) in the post-expulsion period of S.S.Khaplang said the former chairman was impeached “for his dictatorial insinuations and tendencies to continue our national struggle through violence” that went against the Naga public’s desire for reconciliation, unity and peaceful diplomatic resolution. MIP also slammed Khaplang who, it said, after impeachment was “now a mere public, does not command the leadership of the Naga people” and that he “leads a troupe of ignorant barbarians.
In another statement issued by the ministry of information and publicity (NSCN/GPRN-Khaplang), the outfit said the decision of ‘Khehoi campers led by N.Kitovi Zhimomi” to “secede from the national mainstream of political authority served as the “last straw” that ultimately resulted in Kitovi’s expulsion.
Further it slammed Kitovi for failing to heed to Khaplang’s advise to uphold the “dignity” of the ato kilonser’s office and to stay far away “from the maddening crowd” but that Kitovi “chose to ignore the wise counsel of his mentor”. Further it accused Kitovi of involvement in state assembly elections despite Khaplang’s advice and also of indulging in “revelries of imported scotches, whiskies, wines, gambling, betting”.

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