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NSCN (I-M) seeks clarification on CF

DIMAPUR, JUL 14 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/14/2020 1:30:32 PM IST

Reacting to the comments of Brigadier Vijay Chasar, Commander of 25 Sector of Assam Rifles, that “ceasefire is applicable only in Nagaland and not in Arunachal Pradesh”, the NSCN (I-M) has sought an official clarification from the “competent authority concerned as to the validity and extent of ceasefire agreement between the GoI and the NSCN.”

GHQ Naga Army, through its publicity cell, said that Brigadier Vijay Chasar had made the comments while justifying the “deplorable operation that resulted in the cold blooded murder of 6 of our soldiers on 11th July, 2020 at Nginu village, Longding District, Arunachal Pradesh”.

NSCN (I-M) claimed that as per the Bangkok Agreement dated June 14, 2001, “The ceasefire agreement is between the GoI and the NSCN as two entities without territorial limits”. 

NSCN (I-M) said it has been maintaining the essence of “this historic agreement in letter and spirit wherever Naga Army operates.” NSCN (I-M) also said that despite repeated and deliberate provocations it has been restraining in the larger interest of the ongoing “Indo-Naga” peace process. 

In the light of the above, the NSCN (I-M) has demanded a “clear-cut answer” whether there was ceasefire in Naga inhabited areas of Arunachal Pradesh state or not and make known the position officially within one week time. 

NSCN (I-M) warned that in the event of “ugly aftermaths evolving spontaneously out of such situation”, it would not be held responsible.

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