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NSCN (I-M) condemns raids by AR

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/17/2020 12:45:51 PM IST

The NSCN (I-M) has condemned the brutally assaulted one its cadre, 2nd Lieut. Kennedy Lj near Don Bosco College, Maram in Senapati district on October 12 by 34th AR.

A press release by MIP NSCN/GPRN stated that the NSCN officer was not in possession of any detrimental documents or materials to warrant such an inhuman brutality. It alleged their cadre was taken to the AR battalion headquarters at Maram Bazaar where he was brutally tortured while being interrogated and was set free only after the intervention of the civil societies.
The NSCN also highlighted another incident of an unwarranted arrest by the 19th AR in the morning of October 14 at Jairampur, Changlang district, Arunachal Pradesh where Col. Keewang Deosha of the Naga Army was arrested without any provocation except for being a member of NSCN.
Earlier, at around 9 pm on October 9, the 5th AR also raided the residence of a NSCN officer Lt. Col. Among at Signal Angami, Sector A, Dimapu and took pictures of his personal documents including PAN card, Aadhaar card, ATM card and passbook. The same night, another group of the 5th AR raided the NSCN cadres rented house at Signal Angami, Dimapur, the NSCN alleged.
The NSCN lamented that the “unyielding AR has become a serious matter of indignation for the Naga people as they continue to show total disregard of the agreed ceasefire ground rules (CFGR).”
NSCN (I-M) further stated that it strongly condemns such ‘high-handedness’ of the AR and asked the  Cease Fire Monitoring Group (CFMG) to look into the matter with all seriousness to halt the arrest and raiding spree of the AR. The office, in the fitness of maintaining the spirit of ceasefire must act upon to save the situation from going bad and secure the unconditional release of Col. Keewang Deosha, NSCN (I-M) added.

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