Kuki Inpi reminds PC to settle IM's crimes first
Source: Hueiyen News Service

Imphal, May 31 2010: The Kuki Inpi, Manipur, Assam and Nagaland has once again appealed to Union Home Minister, P Chidambaram to first bring an amicable solution to the long pending demands of the Kukis regarding the genocide committed against the Kukis by the NSCN-IM before arriving at a solution between the Naga rebel group and the Government of India.

A Lenthang, Kumpi of Kuki Inpi, in a fax message sent to the Union Home Minister, P Chaidambaram, urged that the Government of India first solve the massacre of 900 innocent Kukis, 360 Kuki villages uprooted and 100,000 Kukis rendered homeless wanderers by the outlawed NSCN(I-M) before bringing honourable solution and lasting peace in the North Eastern region.

He said, without a peaceful settlement of such enormous crimes committed, any kind of possible agreement between the Indian Government and one faction of NSCN would certainly cause much bigger problem in the land.

"Because, the North Eastern indigenous peoples, the Kukis in particular, have been suffering so much so that your agreement would certainly call for the wrath of all indigenous peoples," A Lenthang warned in his letter.

He further said, "We want peace, therefore kindly avoid a possible civil war.

First answer the enclosed few questions in connection of your continued talk with NSCN(I-M), completely ignoring all other indigenous peoples of the North East, who are directly affected by the NSCN(I-M)'s aggression" .