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Khango in Nagaland; urged to join CF


DIMAPUR: NSCN (K) leader Khango Konyak, who was recently impeached by the Yung Aung led group as the chairman and president of the NSCN (K) has reportedly entered Nagaland and was in touch with Naga civil society, TNT reports stated.

As per reports, Khango is reportedly stationed near Yongkhao village in Mon district. Sources also informed that talks with Naga civil society bodies are on in a bid to resume the ceasefire and peace talks with the Government of India.

According to other media reports, Government of India has held meetings to discuss if Khango Konyak, could be allowed to enter India. Meanwhile, highly placed sources informed Nagaland Post that the group led by Khango has been given the green signal to enter into Nagaland in order to facilitate joining political negotiations.

Significantly, senior BJP leader Ram Madhav during his recent visit to Nagaland had disclosed that Delhi was waiting for groups like the NSCN (K) to join the peace process following which a solution could be arrived at without much delay. This was read in the context of trying to announce some deal before the 2019 Lok Sabha election.

On the other hand, there were reports that Nikki Sumi, a Naga from Nagaland (India) had been appointed as the Commander–in–Chief of NSCN (K) led by Yung Aung. Sources told the TNT said that Nikki Sumi had to be appointed as the C-in-C since he belonged to dominant Naga tribe. Without appointment of the Nagas of Nagaland, Aung led NSCN (K) cannot proceed ahead, it added.

According to NE Live report, a two-member delegation of the Naga Mothers Association will leave for Delhi to negotiate peace on behalf of NSCN (K) leader Khango Konyak.




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