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NSCN-IM calls UCM ‘house of contradiction’

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Imphal, Oct 5: Responding to the statement of United Committee Manipur (UCM), the NSCN (IM) said that the Indo-Naga ceasefire is a bilateral ceasefire agreed upon between the Government of India (GoI) and the NSCN (IM).
The rebel group called UCM as a house of contradiction saying that the UCM talks about violation of ceasefire ground rules by the NSCN and at the same time they said that there is no ceasefire in Manipur.
“The so called Manipur State being part of India, you are also part of India whether you like it or not. The issue is between India and Nagas,” said a press note issued by the MIP of the NSCN (IM).
It termed the UCM’s statement as unfortunate and stated that the UCM “is reacting and intimidating public uprising against the release of three NSCN cadres detained by the 35th Assam Rifle at Senapati on 28th September 2016.”
The NSCN (IM) claimed that the three cadres were “detained under wild allegations and were released as they were proved innocent who did not commit any crime at all.”
“It is irony that UCM, which always voices against the removal of Armed Forces Special Power Act (AFSPA) from the so called Manipur State, on the one hand totally oppose the ceasefire between NSCN and GoI thereby propagating continuous killing and shooting between the NSCN and the Indian Army. What logic is it?” it questioned.

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