NNPG working committee denies possibility of NSCN (R) split
The Naga National Political Groups (NNPG) working committee denied in a statement any possibility of a split within the NSCN (R) as was reported in a media section.
While rejecting the news, the NNPG working committee clarified that the report “has no credibility”
The Naga National Political Groups (NNPG) working committee in a statement released on Friday said: âThe report circulated in various mass media indicating a tendency to split within the NSCN (R) remains canceled and has no credibility . “
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However, the organization admitted that there was “a minor internal problem within the party”.
The declaration, signed by Wangtina Naga, President, NSCN (R); Akatao Chophi, Vice President, NSCN (R) and P Tikhak, Kilonser, NSCN (R) said: âIt is also unfortunate that a minor internal problem within the party has been exaggerated and also exposed in the public domain. “
The organization said the internal problem had been resolved amicably.
“However, due to the timely intervention of N. Kitovi Zhimomi, the official, WC, NNPG and other leaders of the NNPG, the misunderstanding was amicably resolved and appeased keeping in mind the ‘interest of the Nagas in general and the inevitable political solution, “the statement said.
“From now on, the three main leaders of the NSCN (R) will once again work in a coherent manner and in good consultation with each other and will continue to strengthen the NNPGs until we achieve our final goal,” the statement released by the NNPG said. media cell said the working committee of NNPG.
“It was also observed that some elements with ulterior motives have prompted collective leaders to special interests, these elements are warned to immediately renounce other harmful and divisive activities,” added.