NSCN K Reinstates Col. (Retd.) Isak Sumi, General Secretary

The GPRN/NSCN (K) on a deed of reconciliation communique issued on September 20, Sunday, said the Chairman NSCN and President GPRN (K), Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Khango Konyak has revoked the expulsion and reinstated Col. (Retd.) Isak Sumi, General Secretary NSCN and Ato Kilonser GPRN (K).

Col. (Retd.) Isak Sumi, General Secretary will continue to represent GPRN/NSCN (K) as the Co-convener in the Working Committee (WC) Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) with Government of India to arrive at the logical conclusion of the peace talk, the statement said.

The group has agreed to sincerely abide and conform to all existing anti defection laws in force among WC, NNPGs, the statement said.

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