UCM says, Muivah trapped in the tricks of GOI
Source: Hueiyen News Service

Imphal, May 09 2010: "Unless and until Muivah drops his demand for greater Nagaland from the peace talk with Government of India, he will not allow entering Manipur," said the United Committee UCM today in a statement reaffirming its stance for the territorial integrity of the state.

Muivah's effort to enter his birthplace Somdal with hidden political agenda in the back should not be allowed at any cost, the statement signed by assistant secretary, IPR N Jiban said.

The hidden agenda behind his visit in the state is well known to all section of the society.

Since the signing ceasefire pact between the NSCN (IM) and Government of India on August 1, 1997, more than 70 rounds of peace talks had hold but the talks could not conclude as there could not bring any amicable solution at some of the important demands of the outfit.

Among the important demands it includes unification of all Naga inhabitant areas to form a greater Nagaland which would disintegrate Manipur.

Muivah's dream of breaking Manipur is not yet leaving behind.

Muivah, who was trapped in the trick of the India government is spewing venoms to the people only to plea the leaders of the Indian government who wanted to create restless in the region.

He is spewing venoms to the innocent brothers of hills area to create communal disharmony so that hatred be developed among the people of the multi-ethnic communities' state, the statement said.

This is the second time in which GOI is trying to break the territorial integrity of Manipur in collusion with Muivah, the statement alleged citing the first instance was that of June 14, 2001 Bangkok Declaration which includes extension of ceasefire between government forces and NSCN(IM) beyond Nagaland without territorial limit, as a result of which a uprising that lost to 18 live occurred on June 18 of the same year.