Eastern Nagaland Peoples Organization resolves not to cooperate with GPRN/NSCN


Eastern Nagaland Peoples Organization (ENPO) has resolved not to extend public co-operation to GPRN/NSCN (Khole-Kitovi) for violation of its December 18, 2007; November 13, 2009 and December 23, 2011 resolutions.

The decision was made at an emergency meeting of ENPO and Tribal Units on Thursday here in the aftermath of the killing of late Tsilongse Sangtam of Sangsomong village, near Kuthur village.

Kiphire Correspondent Adds: United Sangtam Likhum Pumji (USLP), United Sangtam Students’ Conference (USSC), Akehda Sangtamlarü Thsingmüjang and Joint forum of Kiphire District at a joint co-ordination emergency meeting on December 23 affirmed to stand by the ENPO resolution.

ENPO at its December 18, 2007 meeting held in Tuensang, had adopted a resolution that there should be no bloodshed, threat, intimidation or any form of violence with ENPO jurisdiction that included Naga territories under Myanmar. ENPO resolved that it would not extend any public co-operation to any faction/group for non-compliance of the above. ENPO also resolved to appeal to all Nagas with regard to its resolutions.

At the December 23 meeting, which also discussed the situation in Dimapur and Zunheboto where GPRN/NSCN and NSCN(K) were engaged in clashes, ENPO decided that any feedback or out come of the situation of Dimapur and Zunehboto shall not be reflected under the jurisdiction of Kiphire District, since it has been declared as “Peace Zone”.

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