The article of Dr. S.C. Jamir on ’the present political scenario in Nagaland’ written in the publication of the 50th Anniversary of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly speaks that the octogenarian Dr.S.C. Jamir is the venomous advocate of divisionism, tribalism, dissension and unrest. He is always hell bent ongoing against his own people and their leadership of the past and present Read more

Responding the Kehoi group wild allegation

Dated:Oking, 8th July, 2014. At the outset, Kehoi group is once again reminded that, the Killing of late. Maj. Athong of Yimchunger who ran away with three arms after killing the then Security Commander Lieut. Thouthutho from Pochury tribe in 1998 has nothing to do with tribe or group affiliation but basing on the serious crime and humiliation he had Read more

REJOINDER TO MR. R.N. RAVI

National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) is compelled to respond over the malicious and distorted article written by Mr. R.N. Ravi, a retired Special Director of IB, which was published in a section of the Hindu paper on 23rd January 2014 under the caption “Nagaland: decent into chaos”. It is simply an expression of a frustrated fiasco in one of Read more

Rejoinder to Venuh Alezo’s press statement

GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF NAGALIM Ministry of Information & Publicity 21st May 2012 This is a rejoinder to Venuh Alezo’s press Statement carried in the local papers on the 16th May 2012. According to his statement we are compelled to think that Alezo has a confused mind. When the political dialogue started between the government of India and Read more

Rejoinder

The National Socialist Council of Nagalim(NSCN) feels impelled to remind the Government of India about how the peace process between the Government of India(GoI) and the NSCN was initiated. If the GoI has forgotten in what spirit the peace process was initiated, it may derail. At the instance of P.V Narasimha Rao, the then Prime Minister of India, the Chairman Read more

Rejoinder

REJOINDER Friday, January 28, 2011 This is to clarify that no Naga Army personnel surrendered in Imphal on 27th January 2011, as against the news item that appeared yesterday in some local papers. Whether the Manipur government actually organized a ceremony or was it a fictitious one is not our concern but the plain truth is, Naga Army remains intact. Read more