Saturday, May 24, 2008

Sumi Hoho condemns killings

Dimapur, May 23 (NPN): Sumi Hoho has strongly condemned the “wanton” killings among Nagas which it attributed to the derailing of fragile peace and unification process.A press release issued jointly by Sumi Hoho president Hokishe Yepthomi and its sessional secretary Hukavi T. Yepthomi said this was one of the few resolutions adopted by the Hoho during an executive meeting held on May 20 at Zunheboto which was also attended by other Sumi frontal organizations. The meeting was convened in connection with the prevailing situation vis-à-vis the ongoing peace and unification process among the different factions of Naga underground factions. The House appealed to the warring factions to stop fratricidal killings immediately in order to pave the way for mutual consultations towards realization of differences in the interest of Naga unification.Reiterating its total support to the efforts of GBs and DBs Forum for Naga unification and ceasefire among the different factions, the Hoho urged the Forum to ensure that the ceasefire was implemented in toto in order to stop the “internecine war among the Nagas”.Meanwhile, the Sumi Hoho decided to hold the Sumi general meeting on June 6 at both Zunheboto and Dimapur. The Hoho informed all Sumi general public to attend the proposed meeting.

(Courtesy: nagaland Post)

1 comment:

Northeast Platform said...

It is wondering such killings still goon in Nagaland. Who should bail out from this madness.