‘Black Day’ observed by NSCN (R) in Mon

DIMAPUR, MARCH 28 (MExN): The NSCN– Reformation observed ‘Black Day’ on March 28 at its Cease Fire Supervisory Board Office, Mon to mark what it termed as “betrayal act of SS. Khaplang, who abrogated 14 years old cease fire with Government of India (GoI).”  

According to a MIP press statement, SS. Khaplang betrayed his “two faithful sons Y. Wangtin Naga and P. Tikhak”, erstwhile supervisor and member CFSB respectively who assumed the office of President and Ato Kilonser of NSCN-Reformation.  

The two leaders was expelled not for any wrong done either to SS. Khaplang or to the Naga Nation but for giving attendance to the proposed cease fire meeting on March 27, 2015 at Chumukedima, it claimed.

Following the unilateral abrogation of cease fire by SS. Khaplang, the Indian Army turned hostile and locked up the cease fire office in Mon, burned down Ponghong designated camp and displaced workers of both civil authorities and Naga Armies who remained in the wilderness for more than a month, the statement read.  

It therefore vowed that March 28 will remain a ‘Black Day’ as long as NSCN-Reformation exists.