Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Isak-led NSCN (K) reacts to alleged information

Reacting on the alleged information provided by Cease Fire Supervisory Board (CFSB) chairman to the chief minister, that NSCN/GPRN was not a recognised group, the Isak-led NSCN (K) has clarified that ‘col.’ (Retd.) Isak Sumi was a recognised representative of NSCN/GPRN in talks with the government of India. MIP of NSCN (K) in a press statement claimed that they were officially and constantly in touch with the Government of India and the sole representative of NSCN/GPRN and also the co-convener of W/C, NNPGs in political talks with the Government of India.
MIP alleged that since the formation of NNPGs and subsequent signing of “Agreed Position” on November 17, 2017 with the government of India, “Conspiracies have been waged by anti-solution and anti-Naga elements to disintegrate W/C, NNPGs and sabotage Naga solution”.
Therefore, the group informed the people not to be swayed away by anti-solution elements spreading rumours and “hell bent in sabotaging the Naga political solution”.
MIP also claimed that Hokato Vusshe and Phuyeka Achumi, wanted by the state law enforcing agencies and look out notice served against them in connection to multiple murders of innocent Naga civilians’ were evading arrest.
It alleged that since the eviction of Hokato Vusshe from designated camp, Khehoi by his own cadres in May 2022, “certain prominent Naga politician has been campaigning from Nagaland to Delhi” to enable Hokato Vusshe to form his separate group, but there has been no positive response from New Delhi.
MIP further claimed that on January 4, 2023, Phuyeka Achumi allegedly tried to assassinate Col. (Retd.) Isak Sumi but was “miraculously rescued by God with the intervention of Home Kilonser”.
However, Phuyeka Achumi confiscated the entire household properties and forcefully evicted Isak’s wife and children at “gun point” and occupied the residence despite protest and eviction notice from Thilixu village and Sumi frontal organisations. In view of the above, MIP has asked the Nagas to remain vigilant of “anti-Naga forces marauding the land in the guise of national workers”.


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