Wednesday, March 29, 2023

ENPO temporarily withdraws non-cooperation with SFs

Eastern Nagaland People’s Organisa-tion (ENPO) has announced temporary withdrawal of its indefinite non-cooperation against Indian security forces, which was announced following the Oting and Mon incidents in December 2021.
In a press note, ENPO president R Tsapikiu Sangtam and general secretary Manlang Phom, however, said that as an apex organisation of seven tribes of Eastern Nagaland in all its wisdom and in true Christian spirit of forgiveness, ENPO declared restoring the severed trust, relation and cooperation between the people of Eastern Nagaland and the forces, upholding the popular slogan of “friends to all, enemies to none”.
ENPO said it was also doing so after a request by IGAR (North) Maj. Gen. Vikas Lakhera.
“Thus, ENPO, in the interest of mutual co-existence and respect, do hereby temporarily with-draw all forms of non-co-operation against Indian security forces in the presence of S Phangnon Konyak, MP, Rajya Sabha,” ENPO stated.


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