“One captured cadre admitted that he was dragged in and taken to unknown places in Manipur. He did not even join the group or received training."
Updated 28 Jul 2022, 6:50 am
The Zeliangrong United Front (ZUF) on Wednesday alleged that the leaders of the merger group (NSCN-U), which takes the sheltering name of ZUF, have been misleading the innocent cadres with vested interests.
The recently captured cadres of the merger group (NSCN-U) revealed the sinister designs set to destroy the very fibre of Zeliangrong unity, political aspiration and determination, ZUF stated in a release issued by its secretary, Information and Publicity John Pame on Wednesday.
The revealed version of the four captives substantiated the hypothesis that the merger group are privilege and money hunters and not true revolutionary armies, ZUF alleged.
“One captured cadre admitted that he was dragged in and taken to unknown places in Manipur. He did not even join the group or received training. Another captive confessed that the merger group could neither carry out its mission freely nor secure to act as ZUF as the group was being subjected to the Naga faction. No sufficient provision is granted to sustain the group. Therefore, cadres were impatient and lost their trust and interest in the group led by Raitu Chawang and S Kamson,” ZUF stated.
It further stated that as per SK Thaimei who recently came back home from the merger group failed its policy and could not make any influence on the NSCN-U or NNPGs, it mentioned.
ZUF further cautioned some specific Zeliangrong leaders to refrain from making personal gains with the privileged leaders by forfeiting the common interest and aspiration. Failing to heed this caution may result in consequences, it stated.
The Front appeals to the public and the Zeliangrong community to continue extending support with even greater cooperation towards the struggle of the Zeliangrong Political Movement, it added.
First published:28 Jul 2022, 6:41 am
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