Kohima, Aug. 26: The NSCN (Khaplang) today warned that the Centre’s “negative feelings” towards the outfit might compel it to violate the ceasefire pact signed in 2001.
Y. Wangtin Naga, a senior kilonser (minister) of the outfit and supervisor of the ceasefire supervisory board of the NSCN (K), who returned from Myanmar today, accused the Centre of trying to weaken the outfit by according undue importance to the breakaway group led by Khole Konyak and N. Kitovi Zhimomi while ignoring the Khaplang group, thereby generating negative feelings. It said the Centre wrongly believed that the Khole-Kitovi group could resolve the Naga problem.
Wangtin said in its effort to weaken the NSCN (K), the Centre had even allocated their designated camps to the Khole-Kitovi group, which was illegal according to the truce. “The government’s plan to weaken us will never be successful,” he told The Telegraph.