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Rights body worries; appeals govt. to restrain military exercise in the wake of the Framework Agreement; seeks complete safeguard of civilians

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Oct 25

The spurt of harsh tone through media by both authority of the Government of India and the NSCN-IM over differences and inability to arrive a conducive agreement to both side in the wake of settling the decades old Naga issue and the unrest among the people of NE states particularly in Manipur due to apprehensions of negative fallout has worried many concern citizens including Human Rights Organization Youth’s Forum for Protection of Human Rights (YFPHR).

The YFPHR fears catastrophe ending as those who will be affected are the civilians who are the citizens of this country as the YFPHR is apprehensive of Indian authority utilizing military might to suppress any kind of oppositions from any ends. Similar wilderness is also possible that might sabotage the peaceful coexistence among the people of the reason if the NSCN-IM is provoked to take up extreme measures.

Unofficial report from a highly classified source said that the number of cadres present mainly at the NSCN-IM head quarter at Hebrone has been reduced, and a report by a news portal which stated that about 300 cadres have already left camp Hebrone. The report however did not disclosed about the shifting of any weapon from the camp Hebrone. Similarly, report about cadres of the NSCN-IM who had been at many undesignated camps in Ukhrul, Chandel, Senapati and Chandel districts had also been shifting. However, Imphal Times is yet to ascertain the authenticity of the report about NSCN-IM cadres leaving from their Hebrone camp.    

Following the development, the YFPHR had submitted memorandums to both Prime Minister of India and the Governor of Nagaland to restrain and to bear maximum tolerance in exercising military power – no matter on what could be the fall out of the October 31 final talk ( as announced ) so that the live of civilians are not affected.

In separate memorandum submitted by the YFPHR to both the  Prime Minister and the Governor of Nagaland , the YFPHR showed serious concern over the possible violence which may occur due to the recent development on the Peace Talk with the GOI and NSCN-IM.

“We Drew the attention of the PM and the Governor of Nagaland to initiate a safety measure and protection for the civilians particularly for the women and children in the region particularly in Manipur of the possible violence which may occur with regard to the recent development.

“We appealed the PM and Governor to keep in account of the safety of the civilians instead of exercising military suppression to the people” the YFPHR urged both.

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