Kuki Liberation Organisation reacts on clarification of NSCN/GPRN

Imphal, Oct 12: The NSCN/GPRN has made a big mistake by issuing a clarification statement in the media over Khullen Khailet problem, a Kuki village in Chandel district, alleged Kuki Liberation Organisation/Kuki Liberation Army ( KLO/KLA) General Secretary L Timothy Kuki.

The statement came when L Timothy was speaking to NNN at KLO/KLA GQ at Saikul, Senapati district on Wednesday regarding a press statement issued by NSCN/ GPRN published on October 10 in some local dailies.

Timothy Kuki said the NSCN/GPRN does not need to involve into the Kuki village problem and if there is a problem “we are ready to solve it by ourselves.”

“Khullen Khailet is a Kuki village in Chakpikarong sub-division, Chandel district. It does not fall under the jurisdiction of NSCN/GPRN. The group has never been there or stationed there before”, said Timothy.

The organization will not sit ideally against those persons who found advising NSCN/ GPRN, he warned.

“The then SDO/BDO of Chakpikarong, P Sana had misused the funds meant for MGNRGS wages totaling nearly Rs 3 lakh within a very short tenure of two months”, the Kuki militant leader alleged.

“P Sana hired NSCN/GPRN to conceal the fact and to save his own image without any concrete reason .The officer is now working as SDO/BDO of Tamei, Tamenglong district”, Timothy added.

“The NSCN/GPRN should not make any press clarification in the future without having the truth because such act would tarnish their organization”, the KLO/KLA General Secretary said.

According to the press statement issued by NSCN/ GPRN, it was stated that Nehkhojang Haokip was not the chief of Khullen Khailet. But Timothy said Nehkhojang himself has been the chief of the same village since decades.

Source : The Sangai Express

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