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NSCN (R) welcomes back 26 members

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 12/2/2021 1:35:22 PM IST

NSCN (R) has welcomed back into the fold 26 “comrades and friends with open heart who may have been misled for a while but turn in with the people’s call.”

NSCN (R) through its MIP affirmed that the group “follow the stand and the appeals of NNPGs on November 22, 2021.”

Asserting that the cause belongs to “each one of us,”, the NSCN (R) affirmed to work hand in hand for all days to come. 

According to MIP, the following cadres from “civil setup and military wing” have reported to the respective regions so far: Katovi Chophy, tatar; Akahoto, joint secretary; Vinato, under secretary; Samuel, “major”; Hevito “captain”; Nikito “2nd lieutenant”; Hokikhe “sergeant major”; Samuel. UT-1; Tokavi, Tatar UT-1; Kivika, Khapur UT-1; Bovito, Khapur UT-1; Kihito, Khapur UT-1; Akato Awomi, leacy UT-1; Rahul Basumatary, UT-1; Inashe Achumi, Khapur UT-1; Kakheto Swu, razou peyu; Hetoi, razou peyu; Tovikhu, razou peyu; Khevito, khapur; Ghoito, razou peyu; Hito, razou peyu; Katoshe, razou peyu; Yekato, razou peyu; Khekuto, leacy; Joseph, rajou peyu and Semato, leacy.

Meanwhile, NSCN (R) has appreciated the “concern and initiatives from various end.” It acknowledged the “steadfast approach, the vision and the leaders of caliber who always stand for the just cause of the Nagas, our various civil society organization and leaders from the churches.” 

The group stated that it “reassure ourself to stand together always with vigor.”

NSCN (R) also said that it would uphold “our principle with more enthusiasm for the cause, which is dear to us.”

Further, NSCN (R) pledged to walk side by side “towards reaching the much-awaited day and the dreams of every single Nagas, under the umbrella of NNPGs to any extent until our goals are achieved.”

Stating that NNPGs would be its guiding star, the NSCN (R) said it was strongly determined to stand along with the position and moves with NNPGs. 

“We will always work as a deterrence force against such elements that is anti-people and anti-Naga,” the group stated.


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