General Secretary of NSCN (IM) Th. Muivah: Rights of Naga people no longer ignored; Tirap Leader of NSCN-K killed; Tensed situation in Roing; Tripura alerts terror strikes ahead of World Cup
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  • General Secretary of NSCN (IM) Th. Muivah said that there is a significant change in the Center’s approach towards Nagas. However, the perspective of sovereignty to the extent how much Indians can exercise sovereignty and how much Nagas can have to be analyzed.1

    The NSCN-K head from Tirap, Chipu Menon Khunwang was killed in Mon, Nagaland. The cause of the death was done by another Khaplang cadre. Menon’s death might weaken the force of NSCN-K as his death is bound to have operational implications on the Arunachal Naga Liberation Front (ANLF).2

    Meanwhile, the paramilitary forces operating within the Lower Dibang Valley district have been issued a shoot at sight order. Situation in this district is highly volatile, tense and unpredictable. 2000 army personnel have been called in to aid the police in maintaining law and order.3

    In other developments, Tripura has issued an alert following inputs from the Ministry of Home Affairs that Pak based terrorist outfits have been using Tripura as a corridor for sneaking into India before the World Cup cricket finals scheduled on April 2 in Mumbai.4