Naga independence day
NSCN-IM stated the Nagas will not merge into the Union of India, but they will coexist with the Union of India as two entities. Nagas do not accept Indian constitution, but Nagas and Indians will share sovereign powers based on competencies.

In a statement the NSCN-IM said, “Opportunists, deserters, opponents and detractors who have never fought for the cause have now started claiming their shares when solution is around. They are claiming the harvest they have not laboured for. But the questions are – where were they when the faithful soldiers of the cause were fighting against the aggressors in the east, in the west, in the north and the south? Where were they when revolutionary patriots were horribly suffering persecutions in the cruel hands of the enemies? Where were they when national leaders were doing the works of mobilization in the international political arena? Where were they when NSCN entered into a cease-fire agreement with the government of India?

Where were they when NSCN cadres moved from village to village covering four corners of Nagalim for reaching the peoples on all issues? On what basis are they claiming stakeholders in the peace process?”

Also Read: 3 Months is long enough to conclude Naga Peace Process: R. N Ravi

On ceasefire insurgent outfit, NSCN-IM said, “Claiming a cease-fire agreement where there is no fighting between the two parties and claiming talks with the aggressor where one has not built up a mass movement are all bizarre developments in history.”
In recognition of the hard realities, Narasimha Rao, the then Prime Minister of India stated, “You (NSCN) represent the people; the issue is with you and you have proved yourselves.” When our Ato Kilonser (prime minister) Th. Muivah told him to talk with the others also. He retold saying, “Why should I talk with them? The issue is not with them. They are in my hand.” We believe the Indian leaders keep their words. “
Has been talking to Working Committee of the six Naga national political groups (NNPGs) and civil society organisations on Naga peace process.

NSCN-IM added that NSCN represents the Naga people including village chiefs, civil societies/organizations, political parties and the Churches whereas Government of India represents India including its states. “No one should doubt that Framework Agreement is the meeting point for the Nagas and the Indians. The Nagas and the Indians are inseparably inter related in many fields. We must learn to co-exist for mutual benefits. The Nagas will not merge into the Union of India, but they will co-exist with the Union of India as two entities. Nagas are a recognized entity. Nagas do not accept Indian constitution, but Nagas and Indians will share sovereign powers based on competencies.”

Government of India and NSCN-IM has inked framework agreement in 2015. The statement stated, The Framework Agreement is the meeting point for the war-ridden Indians and the Nagas on the one hand and the uniting point for the divided Nagas on the other.

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