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NNPGs leaders speaking in contrasting tones: NSCN (I-M)

DIMAPUR, OCT 13 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/13/2019 11:26:23 AM IST

NSCN (I-M) in a statement through its MIP, described WC, NNPGs as “leaders claiming to be talking with the government of India on Naga political solution” who exposed themselves while speaking in “contrasting tone” over the issue of Naga constitution and Naga flag. NSCN(I-M) accused the WC,NNPGs of exposing themselves to “forces at work, waiting to exploit this absurdity”.

MIP cited a recent interview by Al Jazeera with Alezo Venuh on the issue of Naga constitution wherein he “came up with the most abominable answer” that “unless a country or nation is declared as a nation, how can you have a constitution?”

Again, MIP claimed that WC convenor Kitovi “rubbished the existence of Naga constitution” when he said the Naga constitution could be drafted after signing the agreement for Naga solution.

However, to the media, it said the same WC,NNPG leaders stated that flag and constitution were integral part of the negotiations. Thus, this group presented itself as “ a confused bunch of people, disconnecting themselves from Naga political history, as a nation. Further, it said WC,NNPGs were “easily manipulated when sitting across the table negotiating in the name of Naga political solution and becoming “Yes man”for all practical purpose.

NSCN(I-M) said this was the “tragic fate of WC,NNPGs today, negotiating with government of India in the name of Naga political solution.” 

It also said that any layman would realise whether WC, NNPGs had done any hard negotiation with the R.N.Ravi other than being “made to listen attentively on the so-called ‘economic package’ in waiting in the name of Naga political solution.”

NSCN(I-M) also said WC,NNPGs had argued that solution should be for Nagas of Nagaland only. 

NSCN(I-M) said this was the picture that came out of the negotiation being done by WC,NNPGs in the name of Naga political solution.

It said the WC leaders were in “a big hurry to sign the agreement anytime soon” and were willing to pay the price for hundreds of thousands of Nagas who died in the name of Naga freedom.

 “However, the true revolutionary patriots will continue to uphold the national trust and our glorious history. We will never walk down the path of capitulated peace,” NSCN (I-M) declared.

 

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