The National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN-IM) participated in the XIX General Assembly of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) held on 11-12 May 2024 in Munich, Germany, presenting their case and securing key resolutions in support of Nagalim.

UNPO Munich
The UNPO General Assembly took place in Munich, Germany hosted by the World Uyghur Congress. (Photo: UNPO)

According to a press note from the NSCN-IM, the UNPO and its members expressed deep concern over the Government of India’s (GoI) perceived betrayal of the letter and spirit of the Framework Agreement of August 3, 2015.

“The members of UNPO called upon the Government of India to seek an honorable and acceptable political agreement with Nagalim and the NSCN/GPRN, by honoring the letter and spirit of the Framework Agreement of August 3, 2015, respecting Nagalim unique history and sovereignty, and duly recognizing and acknowledging the sovereign Nagalim national flag and sovereign Nagalim constitution,” it said.

Furthermore, the UNPO members condemned the divide and rule policy employed by the Indian state and Myanmar, which have led to the disintegration of Nagalim territory. They asserted that the integration of all Nagalim territories, currently divided by artificial state and international boundaries, is a fundamental political and human right of the Naga people.

The UNPO also condemned state terrorism by Myanmar, particularly the forced imposition of the People’s Military Service Law (2010) resulting in forced conscription within Naga territories. Similarly, the Indian state was criticized for political assassinations, including those related to the Khalistan movement, highlighting the broader implications of state terrorism for national movements within India and beyond.

It said that the members of UNPO called on the international community to recognize and support the unique history and sovereign political rights of all struggling nations, whether in India, Myanmar, or elsewhere. The UNPO urged for global political action to resolve these conflicts.

Further, the members of UNPO also condemned the alleged genocidal human rights violation of India and Myanmar in Nagalim and appealed to the international community to put up the present state of India and Myanmar for trial for their war crimes and crimes against the nations and humanity.

Mokokchung Times

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