Post Mortem

NSCN (I-M) Konyak Region on ‘Pan Naga Hoho’

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 12/15/2019 10:36:50 AM IST

 The stance of NSCN under the able leadership of former Chairman Mr. Isak Chishi Swu, Chairman Mr. Q. Tuccu and General Secretary Mr. Th. Muivah have been for complete sovereignty encompassing the whole of Naga inhabited areas. Basing on this solid rock, NSCN, with the invitation of the Government of India (GoI) has been talking with five (5) successive Indian Prime Ministers and four (4) Interlocutors appointed by GoI. Within a span of twenty two (22) years, NSCN could make the Nagas' position loud and clear. Having understood the Nagas' rights and its unshakeable foundation, Gal has no option but to recognize them without any reservation. 

However, the Indians came with their problems saying, "Nagas have every right but Gol has its difficulties. So, why not Nagas' also consider our difficulties"? As such, Gal proposed for Shared Sovereignty, Supra State, PAN NAGA HOHO, Bicameral Houses, Increase of both the representatives, Territorial Council, etc. As per the nature of negotiation, the NSCN side has to think over the intricacies and agree with the Gal's request for some time for the sake of peaceful settlement. 

Among other things, one thing we the Nagas in general and the Konyaks in particular admire is PAN NAGA HOHO because one third of Konyaks are in Myanmar, another one third in Arunachal Pradesh and the only remaining one third are in so-called Nagaland state. One Konyak village called Longwa is divided into two; even the house of the Ahng is in the middle of the forceful boundary of India and Myanmar. There is a way of Konyaks from all these three areas to live together, in the initial stage, and this is possible only through PAN NAGA HOHO (with statutory power as the Indian side opined). We, the Konyak Naga national workers are grateful to both the Indian and Naga negotiators for proposing such ideas through God given wisdom and we agree wholeheartedly. 

Anyone or any group who oppose this PAN NAGA HOHO are showing to the world that they are against the coming together of their own family. History is a process. It never comes to an end with someone's wishful thinking and selfish action. 

Phuae Konyak Caretaker CAO, Konyak Region; Tongkai Wangnao Secretary, Konyak Region

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