This is National Socialist Council of Nagalim(NSCN)’s response to NIA sourced report that appeared in the national media under the headline, “China-Myanmar module of NSCN helped banned outfits in Manipur.”NSCN has taken strong exception to such outrageous NIA attacks against NSCN. This is not only misleading but cruel and vicious as it is too far from the point of accuracy and morally not ethical at all.

NSCN is sensitive to the propaganda war waged by the Government of India against NSCN who had signed a ceasefire with GOI and engaged in political talks for the last 27 years. Ironically GOI agencies keep hitting below the belt.

NSCN shall mince no words to put on record that this is a proxy war of Indian security forces in the name of KNA(B) and PDF against NSCN. But to put the matter straight, Naga Army had not taken a single step to fight against the KNA (B). Neither did we find the reason to go against PDF.

What is going on now in the Myanmar border with India is something that is exposing the hidden war or proxy war against the NSCN. Indian security forces consisting of AR and para- regiment are constantly raining bombs on NSCN positions on a daily basis in the name of KNA(B).

The reason is not far to seek. The Indian Security Forces do not want Naga Army to be stationed in the Myo Thit(Tab) area in Myanmar.

Things have become very clear that the Indian Security Forces are extending their logistics and material support to KNA(B) to wage war against the Meitei revolutionary groups stationed there. These Indian Security Forces even allow the Kuki militant groups operating in Tengnoupal district, Manipur, to enter inside Myanmar and fight with the Meitei revolutionary groups. Nothing is left to doubt about the dubious role of Indian Security Forces, as they use the Kukis as frontal forces to engage in bloody discord against the Nagas giving all logistics support to the Kuki militant groups.

Deceitful as the Indian Security Forces, they sealed off the international border along Namlee and Wanglee areas in Kamjong district, Manipur.

No one is allowed to enter Myanmar and no one is allowed to come out from Myanmar. Even CSOs people are also put under heavy restriction.

NSCN is compelled to issue this statement as nothing is further from the truth.


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