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Nagaland: NSCN-IM reaffirms to uphold Framework Agreement at all times

First Published: 22nd June, 2024 13:09 IST

The NSCN-IM said that the alleged divide-and-rule policy will not work with the Nagas.

The National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN-IM) has once again made it clear that it will uphold the Framework Agreement signed back in 2015 at all times.

In a statement issued on Friday, the NSCN-IM said that the Framework Agreement has been built upon the universal democratic principles of mutual respect and recognition of rights, and the harmonious interdependent relationship of peoples and nations and no power or force will be able to tear it down.

“We can say that this Framework Agreement will certainly bring the cherished peace and prosperity in the war-torn Naga country and the Indian sub-continent as well,” the statement said.

It said, “The stand of NSCN is loud and clear. We will uphold the Framework Agreement at all times.

The outfit said that it felt free and exhilarated when the representatives of the government of India assured that the solution would be based on the Framework Agreement, however, of late it has been forced to question the sincerity of the Government of India as far as the Framework Agreement is concerned.

The NSCN-IM said that the alleged divide-and-rule policy will not work with the Nagas, and neither will the development mantra woo them.

“The Nagas are not alone and that the international community has acknowledged the Naga issue as a genuine case of national resistance movement. Except for a few collaborators of the enemies, all sections of Naga people remain united on the Naga political issue that remains politically sacrosanct. They are fully convinced that their future is in salvaging their national principle,” it added.

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