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ZUF conducts intensified operation to cleans their image

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, July 27:

Armed group ZUF has said that after conducting intensifying operation of Special Action Mission set against all anti-people activities, elements and ostentatious UGs, taking the name ZUF in Zeliangrong areas, many social evils and corruptive designs have been detected and uncovered to public view.
In a statement by John Pame, Secretary, Information & Publicity, (ZUF), it is stated that the armed group said that the recently captured cadres of the merger group (NSCN-U) who are taking the sheltering name of ZUF revealed the concealed ample of sinister designs set to destroy the very fibre of Zeliangrong unity, political aspiration and determination. With the handful of biased and greed-based leaders, the merger group have been misleading the innocent cadres with the intention to make self-profit money making interest at the expense of destroying the hard earn historical rights, values and cost of struggle that has been marked for more than half a century. Many attempts to sell out the rights of Zeliangrong political movement have been unleashed to open view. The fact is regretted to have named among Zeliangrong whose character depicts treacherous, betrayal and devilish nature that may go down the history of our people.
Nevertheless, it is our earnest appeal to leaders of the merger group to come out clean and restore the solemn and pure membership of the only Front to which we have sworn in with solemn affirmation before God and the people. The revealed version of the four captives proves evidential and substantiated the hypothesis that the merger group are privilege and money hunters and not true revolutionary armies. As per investigation with the captured cadres, one admitted that, he was dragged in and taken to unknown places in Manipur. He did not even join the group or trained and one of the captives too confessed and boldly revealed that, the merger group could neither carry out its mission freely nor secure to act as ZUF as the group being subjected to the Naga faction. No sufficient provision is granted to sustain the group.
Therefore, cadres were impatience and losing their trust and interest in the group led by Raitu Chawang and S.Kamson. There remain only 5 to 6 members in the group almost unarmed. Further, as per the interview version extracted from SK.Thaimei who recently came back home from the merger group, barely revealed the actual condition and predicament being faced by the group as they were tightened from every corner and quarter. SK.Thaimei stated that, the merger group failed its policy and could not make any influence on the NSCN-U or NNPGs. Being incompetent and minor in number, the leaders could not raise their voice for Zeliangrong in any platform or meeting. He further stated that, he is regretted to have been named among the merger group.
The front cautions some few Zeliangrong leaders whose names have been reported and recorded, to refrain from making personal gain or financial profit sharing with the privileged leaders forfeiting our common interest and aspiration. Failing to heed this caution may result any eventual consequences. The Front also conveys its appeal message to all publics and citizens of Zeliangrong and its kindred tribes to continue to support with even greater cooperation towards the struggle of the Zeliangrong Political Movement. As the progress of the political process is heading fast for final settlement, it is high time to consolidate our peoples’ unity and solid stand for Zeliangrong political settlement with the Government of India.

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