NSCN-IM: Tokheho Yepthomi’s parliament speech on Naga case found wanting

The historical and political dynamics were missing in his presentation, adding "the punch was, therefore found wanting."

The NSCN IM expressing its dissatisfaction the manner of Nagaland Lok Sabha, Member of Parliament, Tokheho Yepthomi’s presentation of the Naga political dialogue with the Indian government said, his presentation of Naga case was much to be regretted.

Tokheho Yepthomi, NSCN IM said, misplaced political terminology like Naga “underground” and “militants”, adding that his failure to do proper homework left the Naga people seething with righteous anger.

The press statement issued on Sunday said the historical and political dynamics were missing in his presentation, adding that “the punch was, therefore found wanting.”

The outfit pointed out saying that the conspicuous failure of Tokheho Yepthomi’s is noticed when he could not even quote the correct date of the signing of the historic Framework Agreement.

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