NSCN (R) reacts to appointment

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/16/2021 1:24:11 PM IST

Reacting to the appointment of Khekato Kenny as kilonser of chaplee (finance) by its president’s office on March 15, 2021, the NSCN (Reformation) thorough its MIP has reaffirmed “strongly” that if any decision has to be decided against Khekato, it would be done “only through the Joint Council, and no other claims shall be entertained whatsoever.”

In a statement, NSCN (R) MIP stated that through the directive of the president, an extraordinary emergency joint council meeting was called on August 28, 2019, wherein the house “unanimously resolved to Expel Mr. Khekato Kinny, former Kilonser, for his involvement in the cold blooded murder of NSCN(I’M)’s Major Toishe for which his case number GR 674/19 is still pending at the Police Station.”
In this connection, MIP said NSCN (R) subsequently also reaffirmed and reiterated that the joint decisions still ‘Stands Firm’ and in no way ‘Revoked’, which was also sent to media on September 13, 2019.
Besides, MIP said the NSCN (R) further issued cautionary note and published in all leading papers, on July 8, 2020 to “refrain from associating with ‘Ousted elements’, and if found so, it shall be viewed as ‘Intentional and Willful Defilement’ of this Decree, which will attract penalties, and severe actions be initiated upon defaulters, as per NSCN’s Ahza.”
Stating that any decisions taken by joint council in any setup, was final and binding, MIP said that if any further decisions had to be decided and resolved, would be the “prerogative of the joint council only, on the advise of the Collective Leadership.”
Therefore, MIP said that “intelligence and wisdom of all concerned is entreated upon, and hence, the press statement expelling 06 sincere and dedicated members and also mischievously appointing Khekato as Finance Kilonser, is just some amusing theatrics, perpetrated by some few disgruntled drifters null.”
MIP informed all concerned that TG (Tokato) Achumi was still holding the responsibilities of chaplee affairs and cautioned that “if anyone dealing with the ousted and estranged elements shall be doing so in their own risk.”
Further, MIP remidned that the clarification sought by office of the Dimapur Yemishe Union and Dimapur Lizuto Union, that appeared in all dailies “appealing NSCN(R) to clarify position on Khekato, who claimed that his termination is revoked.”
“NSCN (R) also makes our stand clear and envokes the Wisdom of any individual or groups, that if perchance the Yemishe, or Lizuto or the IM’s wants to reconcile with Khekato, the NSCN has nothing to do with it,” MIP stated.

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