Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Ao Senden disapproves ‘war of words’ between SC Jamir and NSCN(I-M)

Ao Senden has drawn its attention to what it described as “re-emergence of the war of words” between NSCN(I-M) and veteran Naga politician and former governor Dr. S.C. Jamir which was widely circulated in the media in recent days as it was not healthy but would only do more harm than good to the Nagas.
Ao Senden president Chubawati Longchar and general secretary Imtipokyim, reiterated that it would be “more prudent on the part of all concerned to think wisely, before going to the media with allegations and counter-allegations” as this would only weaken the Naga case before the world and at the same time, “create more division and discord among the Nagas.”
The Senden maintained it was well aware of the current Naga political predicament over which there has been “too much animosity, distrust and cynicism weighing down the Naga society today.” Therefore, Senden made it clear that “blame game is not going to win us anything but instead weaken the Naga cause.”
Further, the Senden reiterated its earlier stand that “competencies that are being negotiated with the government of India on the basis of the Framework Agreement, be made public without further delay”.
It said “Naga people are fatigued by the conflict and are growing more and more impatient with each passing day” and so keeping the “competencies shrouded in secrecy is perhaps the reason why Naga people are losing faith on the ongoing negotiations.”


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