PAN’s mobile camp attacked by rival group
Dimapur, Nov. 14 (EMN): People’s Army of Nagaland (PAN) today claimed that its mobile camp was attacked by some members from the rival group following which there was an exchange of fire.
A report from the NSCN/GPRN MIP deputy kilonser, Nikato Pilot Sumi, stated that its mobile camp was attacked by some ‘misguided Naga nationalists.’ He claimed that members from the rival group tried to shoot one of its cadre as he went to fetch water following which there was an exchange of fire. The report, however, stated that there no casualty from its side.
The deputy kilonser suspected that the motive of the rival group was to provoke and create a non-conducive Naga political situation.
“For whatever purpose and intent, NSCN/GPRN does not understand these misguided Nagas as to how bloodshed among Nagas would benefit the Nagas and our political movement. NSCN/GPRN does not believe that fratricidal acts among Nagas would result or bring us closer to our ultimate goal of a sovereign Nagaland for Christ,” the report stated.