Friday, July 19, 2024
Top Stories

GoI created “these factions”: NSCN (IM)

Nagaland News

DIMAPUR, MAY 20: The NSCN (IM) has put on record that it is never opposed to early solution except to make it honourable and acceptable. It also maintained that “wrong approach will bring no solution”. (Full Text here)
In a statement, NSCN (IM) said if the Government of India is sincerely interested to solve the intricate Naga political issue, it would stop consulting former Nagaland Chief Minister Dr SC Jamir.
“Time’s up for Jamir on Naga issue”, it stated.
“What is to be noted is if the Government of India is sincerely interested to solve the intricate Naga political issue, it would do much good to avoid hobnobbing with person who no longer represents the voice of the Naga people. The very person who has vouched strongly to defend the interests of India rather than Naga people’s political interest have no moral authority to speak for the Naga political rights as he doesn’t represents the Naga political interest anymore. This also goes against the essence of Indo-Naga political talks”, it said.
The NSCN (IM) maintained that in pursuit of Naga political solution that is getting more sensitive with every passing day what is crucially important is to follow correct approach. “No doubt the picture of SC Jamir appearing again and again is a sort of discomfort for NSCN”, it said.
The statement said the NSCN (IM) understands the pressing situation where people are over burdened with multiple factions and taxations and which can only see the end once early Naga solution materialize.
However, it claimed that “these factions” are not created by Nagas themselves. “It was the Government of India who created it in order to burden the Naga public with the sinister design to pull down the Naga nationalism. However, the Naga settlement must be permanent and honorable as the Nagas cannot afford to make another mistake in accepting a settlement which does not guarantee secured future of the Naga people as well as complete eradication of taxes in the name of Naga political struggle”, it said.
(Page News Service)

error: