Will defend sovereign political rights of Nagas: Nyemlang Konyak

Will defend sovereign political rights of Nagas: Nyemlang Konyak
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Kohima, July 31: The newly appointed chairman of Myanmar based National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) has vowed to the Nagas’ sovereign political rights.
“As the president, I will stand and defend the sovereign political rights of the West, East, North, South areas wherever Nagas are for our inherent sovereign political rights along with all like-minded Nagas” said Chairman, Lt. Gen. Nyemlang Konyak Naga. He is also president of Government of the people’s republic of Nagaland (GPRN-the government of NSCN.
“The present context of Naga polity, sadly the ugly truth is the fact that compromised presidents of so called factional presidents are woefully dime a dozen. Therefore, keeping that in mind and with every aspects thorough introspected, NSCN/GPRN with the prodigal president who in this story decided to change his own parents instead of coming back. Our actions will speak for themselves as NSCN/GPRN navigate the turbulent political waters where wolves in sheep’s clothing are at every nook and corner of the Naga political path,” said Nyemlang in his presidential speech.
He said foes have infiltrated their group trying to breach the last standing defenders of sovereign political rights, even by the “former president” Yung Aung having nexus with NSCN (Isak-Muivah), which has signed accord on August 3, 2015 for economic settlement within the Indian constitution. “The Indian government is desperately trying all means to destroy the last baston of the defenders of Naga sovereign political rights,” he added.
“Almost all our leaders have died in foreign land but our great leader Late SS Khaplang who bears the honourable distinction of never giving in or giving up Naga sovereign rights till his last breathe in Nagaland, leaving behind a glorious legacy of standing up for our rights with God our side, come what may,” Nyemlang said.
The new chairman vowed to carry on the legacy of Khaplang in defending sovereign political rights. (Page News Service)