NSCN (I-M) chairman reaffirms on Naga Flag, Yehzabo

NSCN (I-M) chairman reaffirms on Naga Flag, Yehzabo
NSCN (I-M) Sumi National Workers after the meeting on Tuesday.
DIMAPUR, OCT 13 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/13/2020 12:17:30 PM IST

NSCN (I-M) chairman Q.Tuccu has affirmed that the group has stood its ground on two non-negotiable issues—Naga Flag and Yehzabo (Naga constitution)—and would continue to stand till the last man standing. In a statement, Tuccu said NSCN’s stand was clear enough before the Naga people and “strongly detest” any kind of peace-meal solution, short of Naga National Flag and Yehzabo. 

Tuccu said that NSCN would be “failing before God and before the Naga people” if it stumbled “at this most decisive moment of our history.”

He said that Naga people cannot be lured into accepting “highly attractive economic packages” at the expense of their exalted position with sovereign rights. “We have to prove our worth as Nagas by upholding our Flag and Yehzabo,” Tuccu asserted.

NSCN (I-M) chairman said that the group’s joint struggle with Naga people from all walks of life including civil societies, churches, bureaucrats, politicians etc. for over seven decades “to live in dignity and peace should be given a new meaning.” Asserting that it was “now or never”, NSCN (I-M) chairman appreciated contributions of Naga people towards Naga National cause and urged “Naga sons and daughters to give their concerted efforts till our rightful political destination is reached.” 

NSCN (I-M) Sumi national workers to uphold FA

Sumi national workers of NSCN (I-M) have resolved to firmly stand and uphold the historic 2015 Framework Agreement (FA), besides continuing to pursue the right to have separate Naga flag and constitution without which they said any settlement would not be considered honourable and acceptable.

Sumi National Workers’ Welfare convener in a press note said that after an intensive deliberation on the present Indo-Naga political issue during an emergency meeting held at Hotel Saramati here Tuesday, the house further renewed and reaffirmed their commitment to the Naga national cause and agreed to fight against any form of antagonistic elements that may come from within and without.

The meeting also expressed profound appreciation to all past Sumi national workers for their relentless sacrifice made for the sacred cause of Naga national movement and appealed to every right thinking Nagas to uphold the God-given legitimate right of the Naga nation and fight till the goal was achieved.

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