The Liangmai Naga Ruangdi (LNR) on Thursday said that Kukis are continuing to provoke the Liangmai Nagas in Manipur.
While strongly condemning the beating of Z Hotngambou of Rianglong village, Tamei subdivision, Tamenglong district, by Kuki militants on September 5 by the Kuki Revolutionary Army (KRA), which is under Suspension of Operation (SoO) with the government, at Chalwa along I T Road under Kangpokpi district, LNR president Joseph Kingudi said that such incidents have immense potentials for a full scale flare-up.
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The LNR is the apex body of the Liangmai people of Nagaland and Manipur.
Joseph Kingudi also said that if anyone is estimating the peace loving people of Liangmai Nagas as weak then someone is making a serious mistake.
He also said that Kukis have been provoking the Liangmai Nagas but “our maturity has been the reason that there are no unwanted situations.” However, the LNR chief said that there is a limit for everything.
“Our patience has been tested time and again by the Kukis”, he added. Joseph Kingudi then said that the LNR is closely monitoring the situation.
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