Nagaland: NSCN (R) hits back at proposed imaginary int’l boundary fencing

KOHIMA: NSCN(R) are looking unhappy over the proposed imaginary international boundary fencing between India and Myanmar stating that it would the indigenous Naga people inhabiting across artificial boundaries.

The NSCN(R) stated that the Naga people settled down in the location where they are today thousands year ago before India and Myanmar government came into being and the said artificial boundary has been fenced by India and Burma only in 1972 without consulting the Naga peoples.

The move of the two countries to construct the fencing dividing the Naga family is another ploy to further divide the Naga which is highly ‘questionable and unacceptable’, it said and appealed to the Nagas in both the countries Burma and India to stand up against devilish plan of the two countries.

The NSCN (R) advised the Government of India to solve the Naga issue peacefully instead of putting salt on the wound.

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