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NSCN (I-M) condemns raid

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 7/26/2018 11:56:12 PM IST

 NSCN (I-M) has strongly condemned and questioned “again the illogical conduct of the Indian Army” in raiding the private residence of Joseph Thongthong, deputy secretary, Ministry of Education, in the early morning of July 24 in between 3.30 am to 4.17 am at Diphubar B Khel.

A condemnation note from NSCN (I-M) MIP said that the Cease Fire Ground Rules Review Meeting between the NSCN and Government of India took place on June 7, but even before the ink dried, the Indian Security Forces once again showed its true colours by conducting the raid.
According to the MIP, 32nd Assam Rifles personnel allegedly came along with masked men, two women army and one Nagaland Police personnel named Tia from West Police Station and entered the compound by climbing over the fencing wall with a ladder and forcefully ransacked the house despite knowing the identity of the home owner. MIP stated that no incriminating documents could be found by “the marauding team.” They also frisked the women and children leaving them with a sense of insecurity, the note stated. The MIP asserted that while the Indo-Naga peace talk is going on in New Delhi at the highest levels, it was very insensitive on the part of the Indian Security Forces when the Nagas were expecting the fruition of the peace talks.
 

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