GPRN/NSCN reacts to statement

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/24/2020 1:34:06 PM IST

GPRN/NSCN has termed the statement issued by NSCN (K) MIP, dy. kilonser, Nikato Pilot Sumi as “absurd and dissonant” for accusing GPRN/NSCN of conducting joint operations with the Indian army.

GPRN/NSCN said that the border command of Naga Army, GPRN/NSCN on October 22 apprehended four of its “rogue cadres namely ‘lieut.’ Tokive, ‘2nd lieut.’ Nito, ‘pte.’ Hithono and ‘pte.’ Vihepu” who had absconded and were in pursuit of deserting the Ghukiye designated camp so as to elude the military board of Naga Army after “committing felony by indulging in unauthorised tax collections and other disciplinary offenses and reportedly creating disturbances in the peaceful atmosphere of the area at New Phor village, Meluri.”
However, in the course of statement proceedings, the Wuzu, Phor and New Phorarea’s Women societies, youths and public leaders in the presence of Pochury GBs Federation president of the, anxious of any unwanted incident intervened to pacify the incident and persuaded not to create an atmosphere of animosity in the area during these trying days of Indo-Naga solution, it added.
It said that the Naga Army, therefore, with due respect and consideration to their call, acceded to release the said cadres under the good custody of the people. The matter was then and there left out from further Naga army’s concern and lookout, GPRN/NSCN said.
It said that the “incongruent narrative” of Nikato alleging the GPRN/NSCN conniving with the Indian army in the arrest of the four cadres was wildly contemptuous and holds no truth, but is only circumstantial assumption.

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