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NSF hits out at Centre

Nagaland is not what it is made to look like by the ill-intended notification of the central govt: NSF media cell
Extension of the AFSPA is a diabolic attempt of the central government to further suppression of the Naga people through militarisation: NSF

Our Special Correspondent   |   Guwahati   |   Published 31.12.19, 07:39 PM

The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has condemned the Centre’s notification declaring whole of Nagaland as a “disturbed and dangerous area” and thereby extending the operation of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in the state for six more months.

On Tuesday, a statement from the NSF media cell said: “The NSF is appalled that a peaceful state like Nagaland is shown as a picture of chaos and lawlessness by the notification as the world is witness to the fact that Nagaland is not what it is made to look by the ill-intended notification of the central government.

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“The federation is uncompromisingly of the opinion that the extension of the AFSPA is a diabolic attempt of the central government to further suppression of the Naga people through militarisation.” 



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