Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Joint statement of Wancho, Pangmi regions NSCN (I-M)

In retrospection of the Naga history, it is vividly seen that the Nagas were not always free from being used by the outside invaders in their devilish schemes to contain the Nagas. History is being repeated today when we study the factual state of circumstances leading to the formation of the so-called NNPGs among the Nagas who claimed to be fighting for the Naga political cause. It is never hidden from our eyes that the main objective of the NNPGs was to create havoc among the Nagas engineered by the Indians using the Nagas and usurp the Framework Agreement signed between the Government of India and the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) on the 3rd August, 2015. Without an iota of doubt the Agreed Position of the NNPGs is nothing more than the 16 Point Agreement of 1960 which was outrightly rejected by the Nagas at large.
It is very amusing why some Naga leaders from Arunachal Pradesh who wanted to know the factual status of the Indo-Naga political talks were stopped from reaching Hebron on the 29th June and July 9. However, many Naga civil society organizations (CSOs) from Tirap, Changlang and Longding of Arunachal Pradesh were able to attend the meeting to have fruitful interactions at Hebron Camp. Significantly, the CSOs with clear political consciousness affirmed by raising hands that they fully support the Framework Agreement as it covered not only the present Nagaland state but also all the Nagas of the India occupied Naga territories in present Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur and even Myanmar. Therefore, the Naga CSOs of Tirap, Changlang and Longding (TCL) appealed to both the Government of India and the NSCN leadership to bring out the Naga political settlement based on the Framework Agreement at the earliest possible time in the best interest of both the two entities.
Secretary Wancho Region
Secretary Pangmi Region

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