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NSCN/GPRN cabinet writes to Chairman Khaplang endorsing  FNR’s appeal to re-strengthen the reconciliation process
 
Dimapur, February 23 (MExN): The NSCN/GPRN (Khaplang) ‘resolved to endorse the FNR appeal to re-strengthen the reconciliation process’ to the group’s chairman SS Khaplang “for final approval” while also clamping restraints on its cadres from launching any offensive or “aggressive campaign.”  

A note from the NSCN (Khaplang) received here today said the “cabinet” of the organization “has also resolved to restrain the armed wing/people’s army of Nagaland commanders from launching any offensive or aggressive campaign.” while “awaiting the presidential assent to participate in the meet.”

The steps are necessitated to facilitate ‘conducive atmosphere for the proposed meet on 29th February 2012,’ the ‘MIP’ stated. “It may be noted that the COR could materialize because of the sincere pledge and assent of his Excellency SS Khaplang and which was reciprocated by his Excellency Isak Swu and S Singya respectively. However, due to communication gap and misinterpretation by certain vested interests, the fragility and sensitivity of the situation has been exploited and certain divisive factors attempted to further eliminate the Nagas by conveniently citing ‘realistic approach to the issue’ as an excuse,” the MIP note stated.

“The covenant of reconciliation was thus put in a limbo and NSCN/GPRN led by S.S Khaplang was somehow implicated and attempted to be made a scapegoat,” the organization said. “Despite such impediments, the NSCN/GPRN has been tenaciously patient and sincere in upholding its pledge to the COR before God, the Nagas and the world.”

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