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NSCN-IM reacted to Kaka D. Iralu articles ‘The illegal formation of the NSCN

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Imphal, Nov 16: Noted scholar of Nagaland, Kak D Iralu review to the book”The illegal formation of the NSCN” authored by W. Shapwon has angered the NSCN-IM.
In a statement released MIP NSCN IM, Kaka D. Iralu is being appealed to read the book thoroughly before giving supportive argument to the book of W. Shapwon.
In a lengthy statement the MIP/NSCN-IM stated that in his own forward to the book, his self confession that young Naga generations refused to accept his self justification of the notorious Shillong Accord, itself is self explanatory.
“Shapwon underestimated the young Naga generations. They simply put, they are wise enough to understand that the FGN and NNC leaders sold off the Naga national rights when they accepted Indian constitution on their own volition (political suicide) and surrendering of thousands of arms (military suicide).
“Again in his same book W. Shapwon has clearly written on page 6 that NNC/FGN leaders decided to save the Naga nation by accepting Indian constitution on their own volition and by surrendering all the arms. What more is there to justify Shillong Accord and the NNC/FGN.
“If W. Shapwon or Kilonser Kaka D. Iralu are real patriots as they always project themselves to be, then both should be extremely grateful to the NSCN for salvaging the Naga national rights.
“The root of the matter is who stands and fights for the issue of the Nagas, not who fights for NNC. The question is who are the standard bearers, not who are NNC or NSCN. What is NNC if it stops fighting for the issue of the Nagas? What is the meaning of being a member of NNC if it is no longer the standard bearer?
“History knows the Naga people had done a great work under the leadership of NNC. But after the signing of the infamous Shillong Accord in 1975, NNC became a divided house- those who supported the Shillong Accord and those who condemned the Accord. Exactly, NNC president A.Z. Phizo was in London by that time, vice president Imkong Meren was in jail and general secretary Th. Muivah was in Beijing. As the Accord was signed with the endorsement of the home authorities, ‘The Good Will Mission Abroad’ led by the then General Secretary Th. Muivah wrote letters to the President A.Z. Phizo stating that we are going home and convene a national Hoho to condemn the traitorous Shillong Accord. All the people are looking up to you with the expectation that condemnation statement from the President would come out. Accordingly, Th. Muivah, the General Secretary, NNC convened a national assembly and held at Suphao, where the Shillong Accord was condemned as a sell out. Since president Phizo was in London and vice president Imkong Meren was in jail, the general secretary, Th. Muivah was the only authority at home to convene the national Assembly. The Yehzabo says that convening the national assembly by one of the incumbent office bearers is mandatory. But surprisingly, no statement had ever come out from the president A. Z. Phizo.
“Consequently, national workers were sharply divided into two camps- those who supported the Shillong Accord and those who condemned it. The former toppled the government through military coup d’état in 1978. The military junta went even to the extend of usurping the office of NNC. Finally, fighting broke out between the two camps resulting in the death of many workers from both sides.      
“In January 1980, an emergency national workers meeting was held at Nokba where the murder of NNC by the pro-Shillong Accord NNC was widely discussed. The Naga politics does not end with NNC. NNC was made for the Nagas and not vice versa. NNC failed to uphold the principle of the Nagas, which called for formation of a new organization. Liberation of a people without an organization is a wishful thinking. Therefore, a national assembly was held at Tonu where the National Socialist Council of Nagalim was formed and declared on 30th January 1980 by the national assembly.
“Where was Mr. Kaka D. Iralu when the nation was placed in the danger of subjugation by the aggressors through the traitorous Shillong Accord? Where “was he when NSCN fought against the enemies of all shades in the east and west for decades? Where was he when NSCN leadership lobbied for international support in Europe, USA, Asia, Australia and Africa? Where was he when NSCN leadership advocated for the cause of the Nagas in the human rights meetings of the UN? Where was he when NSCN and Government of India signed cease-fire agreement in 1997? Where was he when government of India and NSCN signed the historic ‘Framework Agreement’?  Does he know that NNC has been derecognized by the sympathizer countries? Doesn’t he know that NSCN is recognized by the GoI and the world? For your kind information, NSCN is a recognized entity. NSCN is for the Naga people and it will be in years to come”, the MIP of GPRN/NSCN said.     

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