NSCN (I-M) slams ZUF, AR

DIMAPUR, AUG 9 (NPN): | Publish Date: 8/10/2018 2:14:21 AM IST

 NSCN (I-M) MIP on Thursday accused Zeliangrong United Front (ZUF) and Assam Rifles posted at Noney of colluding and allegedly carrying out offensive against the NSCN (I-M).

In a press note, MIP said ZUF bears the history of violence. “Its target, among others, is to interfere with the Naga’s collective, long drawn quest for political justice. As is evidenced in the MoU between the Imphal valley based militant UNLF, the supply of AK-47 rifles by the UNLF to the ZUF is to keep away the presence of the NSCN from Zeliangrong Region under the guise of demanding a separate Zeliangrong state,” it alleged. 
MIP said it strongly condemned action of the AR colonel, for allegedly covering up the anti-social elements (ZUF activists) and for giving free passage to carry out fratricidal killing among the Nagas. MIP termed it as a coward act and a desperate move, apprehensive of the closing Indo-Naga political conflict that was awaiting an honorable end anytime now.
In this regard, NSCN (I-M) has asked Government of India (GoI) to award appropriate action against such kind contemptible joint operations between the Assam Rifles & ZUF.
As the news of signing of the final settlement was doing the rounds, MIP also said that the 8th Assam Rifles intensified its operation against the NSCN from July 28 to August 6, 2018. 
Accordingly on August 7 evening, MIP alleged that ZUF, “under the strategic cover of AR came at Khumji (Lukhumbi), Part-2 village and resorted to blank fire in order to scare the public.” 
Within a minute, they intruded into the house of NSCN (I-M) razou peyu, Gaibung Kamei’s in-laws house and forcibly dragged him out and shot him in front of his helpless wife, MIP stated. 
MIP said Kamei served the Naga Nation diligently ever since he enrolled on March 25, 2015. 
MIP said the GPRN condemned the gruesome murder of Gaipung Kamei, who sacrificed and withheld nothing to give liberty to his most beloved Naga Nation and her citizens’ the freedom that has long been denied.
NSCN (I-M) expressed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and prayed that the spirit of God grant comfort to the near and dear ones and also for the departed soul to rest in eternal peace.


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