NSO urges for peace at Indo-Myanmar border


Dimapur, April 8: As per the public request and based on thorough calculation of the ground situation at India-Myanmar border, the Naga Students’ Organisation initiated a journey toward NSCN-K to share the difficulties and grievances of the inhabitant in border area.
The representative from four gate-way. Chera-Awangkhu, Punyu-Pangsha, Throilu-Chen Mohu and Hazik-Laju also accompanied NSO team to convey grievances of the border tribes to NSCN-K.
According to a press release issued by NSO president, Mankhat Konyak, the NSO and the suffering inhabitants are optimistic that the NSCN-K will consider and listen to the cry of their “people”, and the peace will prevail within no time.
Simultaneously, NSO also urged upon Government of India and Government of Myanmar to maintain peace which is the only Identity card for the public and respect “India-Myanmar friendship”.
The Nagas of Myanmar especially bordering India depend on markets in India side for their basic needs. However, for couple of years, the border inhabitants are being harassed by targeting NSCN-K, which is not a mature move and also not a good reason, the NSO said.
NSO also urged security forces of Indian side to respect the India Parliament act “to continue the free movement at India-Myanmar border” which was reaffirmed couple of months back. (Page News Service)