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Former Khehoi campers back Khaplang
Published on 28 Jun. 2011 1:03 AM IST
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Leaders of the NSCN, who split from Khehoi camp-based NSCN/GPRN, have declared that they decamped from Khehoi in support of SS. Khaplang, who they said was the one who has true vision for political future of Nagas unlike the Khehoi campers.
“The Khehoi group have lost their interest in the Naga national cause and succumbed wholly to the lure of money after camping near the commercial hub, Dimapur,” they claimed.
Speaking with mediapersons at Suruhuto designated camp June 26, “lt. gen.” Niki Sumi and CFSB member and “kilonser” Hokato Vusshe ridiculed the impeachment and expulsion of chairman S.S Khaplang, claiming that entire process of impeachment was stage-managed by Khehoi campers who manipulated the chairmen of the various regional units of the organization to vote in favor of impeaching and expelling Khaplang.
“Khehoi camp has now become nothing more than a safe haven and a commercial centre for people who are interested only in making money,” the two leaders claimed, and added: “succumbing to the lure of fast money, these people have lost their interest in the national cause.
They also ridiculed allegations by “Khehoi campers” that they left Khehoi camp and joined forces with Khaplang only for lucrative posts and promotions.
Further, they claimed that following the latest developments, the Khehoi group was desperately trying to meet Indian leaders to seek ceasefire with government of India.
“The current ceasefire with government of India is only with the Khaplang-led NSCN and not with the Khehoi group and following the latest developments, they have been seeking to meet with Indian leaders through the CFSB Chairman to seek ceasefire with GOI,” they said adding Indian leaders have however so far not shown any interest in meeting the group.

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