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Akato-led NSCN (R) sever ties with NNPGs

DIMAPUR, NOV 21 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/21/2021 1:32:16 PM IST

Two days after causing a split in NSCN (R), Akato Chophi-led NSCN (Reformation) on Sunday declared that it has “once and for all,” decided to sever all ties with the Working Committee (WC) of the NNPGs and will remain as a “separate entity.”

In a statement issued through its MIP, the group reaffirmed and re-iterated its earlier stand made on November 19, 2021-- that “we split from the arbitrary, despotic, dictatorial and unconstitutional functioning of some leaders and their few misguided followers, and to uphold the NSCN Yezabo and party discipline by affirming full support to the dynamic and undisputed leadership of his excellency, the president, NSCN/GPRN (R) Akato Chophi.” 

While appreciating the maturity of the NNPGs leaders and members “for stepping up in trying to bridge the gap of the impending issues within the NSCN (R)”, the Akato-led group however said it was unfortunate that while it was “trying to expedite peace by not reserving any kind of grudges in display of maturity by avoiding personal attacks and character assassinating of leaders”,  yet some few chose to “spew venom of prejudicial mentalities who could not compromise with this good faith.”

Further the Akato-led group also reiterated its stand on the November 19 declaration of maintaining “unilateral ceasefire with the Government of India”.

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