CFGR violated by AR, 164 TA: Naga Hoho

Naga Hoho has accused the 6 Assam Rifles and the 164 TA (NAGA) for having again violated the Cease Fire Ground Rules (CFGR) on August 26 at Tizit by exhibiting “unruliness and high handedness” in which one NSCN (I-M) activist was killed and five nabbed.
Naga Hoho president, Keviletuo Kiewhuo and general secretary, P. Chuba Ozukum in a joint statement, asserted there was no ‘rationalization’ in the killing of the member of the Naga army nor whatever justification and reasons given by the AR.
They urged upon the highest authority in the land to give a proper route map to every paramilitary forces stationed in Nagaland so as to lengthen the peaceful atmosphere and for permanent solution to the “Indo-Naga” political problem.
Describing the killing of one GPRN/NSCN activist, a civil worker, by the rival faction on August 26 at Mekokla village as “yet another obstacle towards” the Covenant of Reconciliation the Hoho said it was perturbed to learn of such clashes over petty differences. It also appealed to all groups for restraint so as to avoid creating internal conflict within the Naga family.
It also expressed amazement over a “baseless allegation” levelled against Nagaland chief minister by Assam health minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma over the Assam-Arunachal border clash. Nagas have nothing to do with the clash between Assam and Arunachal the Hoho said and advised Sarma to think twice before issuing such “unethical and unjustified accusation.” It appealed for maintaining the age old relationship between the Assamese and the Nagas in the days to come.

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