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Oting Incident: ENPO ends non-cooperation against army

In fact, the non-cooperation protest came into effect after security forces killed 14 civilians in December last year.

In a big Development from Nagaland, the Eastern Naga people’s Organization has decided to withdraw its non-cooperation protest against the Indian security forces in the Oting incident.

In fact, the non-cooperation protest came into effect after security forces killed 14 civilians in December last year.

A press release from the ENPO said that it condemns the “barbaric acts meted out to the innocent civilians on December 4 and 5, 2021 at Oting village and Mon town respectively by the Jorhat based 21 Para Commandos, wherein 14 innocent lives were shot dead and several others injured, which resulted in declaring non-cooperation to the Indian security forces by the people of Eastern Nagaland on December 14 at Longleng town.

However, the ENPO said that the organization, with all its wisdom, and in true Christian spirit of forgiveness takes the stand to restore the severed trust, relation, and cooperation between the people of Eastern Nagaland and the Indian Security Forces, upholding the popular slogan of friends to all, enemies to none, and as initiated and requested by the Inspector General of Assam Rifles.

The ENPO further added that, in the interest of mutual co-existence and respect, the body temporarily withdraws all forms of non-co-operation towards Indian security forces in the presence of Rajya Sabha MP, S Phangnon Konyak.

First Published: 1st May, 2022 11:34 IST



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