On NIA letter against Naga Army Chief, ANSAM demands clarity from GoI

(Photo: Naga Army Chief GPRN/NSCN, Anthony Shimray)

Senapati: The All Naga Students’ Association, Manipur (ANSAM) said it is appalled by the double standard policy of the Government of India concerning the Indo-Naga political issue.

ANSAM in a press release Tuesday, accused Government of India for its continued target against Naga political leaders to derail the “hard earned peace process” despite signing the historic Framework Agreement on August 3, 2015.

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Pointing out NIA’s New Delhi letter no. RC01/2010/NIA/DLI/22635 issued by the deputy commissioner of Ukhrul district Krishna Kumar on December 13, against the Naga army chief GPRN/NSCN, also the coordinator for Indo-Naga peace talk Anthony Shimray, seeking record of movable and immovable property, ANSAM called the act a “sinister policy.”

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Seeking clarity about the sincerity of GoI in regard to the vexed Naga peace process, ANSAM further added that such an act is “designed to demoralize the Naga army and undermine the peace process in particular.”

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