GPRN/NSCN messes closed down at Ahthibung

GPRN/NSCN messes closed down at Ahthibung
One of the messes being locked at Ahthibung on Thursday.
By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 11/7/2019 11:43:05 AM IST

 DIMAPUR, NOV 7 (NPN): Messes of GPRN/NSCN were closed in Ahthibung region on Thursday and all the cadres have been asked to move back to their camps. In a press note, Ahthibung region club stated that the drive was carried by the Assam Rifles, civil administration and Nagaland police following the CFMG directive that all messes or offices being used by cadres of various groups in Nagaland be closed.

It stated that head GB Ahthibung along with GPRN/NSCN Kuki region chairman closed down the messes at Ahthibung town in presence of GBs and village authorities and government representatives including SDO (civil) Ahthibung, Ahthibung post commander and OC Ahthibung PS. 

The club stated that GBs and chairmen have been asked to inform the public not let their premises be used for such uses by cadres of any factions. 

Altogether, 47 cadres GPRN/NSCN were asked to go back in their camps till final outcome, it stated.

Meanwhile, the club stated that public authorities and locals have applauded the action and welcomed the government decision. It also stated that same kind of action would be carried out in Jalukie and Peren against other factions by the government authorities. Thursday’s drive comes against the backdrop of CFMG/CFSB Chairman holding a series of meeting with the NSCN groups under ceasefire with the Government of India on October 29 and 30, 2019 at CFMG Office complex Kohima over the issue of NSCN groups running various “illegal unauthorised Offices under different names such as CAO, UT-I, UT-2, command centre etc.”

In a letter to the MHA joint secretary (NE), the staff officer for chairman CFSB/CFMG, R Mere, stated that as per the discussions NSCN groups have conveyed that those alleged offices were mobile offices under the charge of “One Cadre” for reporting issues, coordinate and communicate the issues to their respective groups. “They also denied any such office of having being involved in any violations of the CFGRs,” it stated.

However, as directed by CFMG/CFSB chairman, the letter stated that all the NSCN groups have agreed to close down any such mobile offices in all the districts of Nagaland with immediate effect in the light of the agreed ceasefire. Further, the letter mentioned that the NSCN(I-M) representatives “accepted the need not to break the Ceasefire and also gave a commitment  not to react with violence to any violations.”

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