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56 new members joined – NSCN-IM

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, May 21: The NSCN-IM has claimed today that altogether 56 (fifty six) members from different Naga outfits have decided to join the “revolutionary mainstream” where the future of the Nagas lies.
According to a press statement of the NSCN-IM, the Joint Council of the outfit consisting of the “Steering Committee Executives, Cabinet Kilonsers, Deputy Kilonsers and Heads of Departments” while welcoming them appreciated the bold and mature decision taken by them while keeping in mind the positive changes taking place since the signing of the Framework Agreement on the 3rd August, 2015 and the aspirations of the Nagas.
“The home-comers expressed their sincere commitment and unreserved confidence with the NSCN/GPRN leadership and vow to strive together to bring about a final solution,” the NSCN-IM statement added.
According to the NSCN-IM, the “home-comers” from the GPRN/NSCN (Unification) while addressing the Vice-President of the NSCN-IM Gen. (retd.) Kholi Konyak, Ato Kilonser Th. Muivah, the Kilo Kilonser Rh. Raising, Tatars, Heads of Departments, and other top ranking leaders believed that the NSCN-IM leaders are the true leaders who can bring a lasting solution. It added that the members realized that it was fruitless to have worked in the Unification group since there is no progress and the leaders lacked vision and political agenda, thereby rendering the group as an unorganized group, and felt that they were being misled by the Unification leaders. According to the statement, “the home-comers” appreciated the ‘collective leadership” of the NSCN-IM for welcoming them into the fold of the outfit. “The Kilo Kilonser (Home minister) of NSCN/GPRN Rh. Raising while welcoming the home comers on behalf of the Collective Leadership of the NSCN/GPRN expressed his appreciation and exhorted the home comers and the gathered members to give their best for the cause of the Nagas. He exhorted the members to give what they can for the nation without expecting anything in return,” it added.

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