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NSCN-K boycotts on R-Day celebration

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Jan 23: A press statement released by one Col.Isak Sumi, MIP, NSCN-K today said that the outfit will boycott the Republic day celebration of India in all over Naga inhabited areas. The statement said that the boycott call is a part of the people’s struggle against India’s illegal and forceful colonization of Naga country for three quarter of a century.
It said, the crackdown on the voice of the Naga people for the last seven decades with sheer military might and violent repressions at the cost of more than half a million precious lives of the Nagas merely cannot be silenced or sentenced to oblivion.
The statement also blamed the Indian Armed Forces continues for marauding the Naga nation with abject terror saying that the Nagas and NSCN/GPRN in particular cannot allow any imposed colonial events to be hosted in the Naga soil.
“ Our silence and passivity only emboldens India to relegate the legitimate people’s liberation struggle to a mere secessionist movement before the international community.
“Therefore every patriotic Naga must have the courage to assert for the just rights and identity that has been inhumanly suppressed for too long. Let the whole world know of the suffering of the Nagas in the hands of one of the world’s largest democracy and expose the sham and hypocrisy of India’s democracy tainted and concealed with one of the most excessive human rights violation since her Independence from Britain till today. Deploying lakhs of her troops in Naga country and armed with the most potent and draconian Armed Force’s Special Power Act(providing immunity to Indian soldiers from legal prosecution) solely to violently crush the aspiration of the Naga people is the biggest blot on India’s democracy and the world must be made known of her crimes against humanity being perpetrated in silence and isolation”, said the statement of the NSCN-K.

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