‘Imposing one’s will, will aggravate situation’
Dimapur, July 31 (MExN): Referring to the “ban” imposed by the outfit NSCN (IM) on the Sumi Hoho and the Western Sumi Hoho, the Naga Hoho today cautioned, that “banning of organizations or imposition of one’s will upon others will further aggravate the human relationship”. Nevertheless, the Naga Hoho has urged for dialogue to solve the contenting issues. Interestingly, the Naga Hoho also envisaged itself at a place where it shall be at the ‘receiving end of the tussle.’
“… whatever the motive may be, banning of organizations or imposition of one’s will upon others will further aggravate the human relationship and we foresee that the Naga Hoho may be at the receiving end so long the tussle continues between NSCN (IM) and the Sumi apex organizations” the Naga Hoho said in a statement today.
Having visualized the future consequences, the Naga Hoho said, an appeal is made to both the parties ‘to sit across the table and thrash out all differences in the spirit of mutual respect and reciprocation without further delay.’ The Naga Hoho is also willing to facilitate with all ways and means that are constructive towards bringing amicable solution between the NSCN (IM) and the Sumis, it added.
On a more diplomatic note, the Naga Hoho observed that the decision of the NSCN (IM) ‘might have erupted after going through many odds especially the aftermath of the formation of “Unification group” under the leadership of breakaway group of NSCN (IM) which was very unfortunate for NSCN (IM).’
On the Sumi frontals’ stance, the Naga apex said “…apart from other bone of contentions against the two Sumi organizations as maintained by NSCN (IM), the Naga Hoho have been trying to understand the reason behind the solemn declaration and the stand of the Sumi Hoho – “unification first then solution” which we feel is a direct challenge to the ongoing political dialogue in the highest level.” Nevertheless, the hoho reminded, imposing one’s will upon others or banning organizations will only aggravate the situation, so dialogue be explored.