The Konyak Union (KU), the apex physique of the Konyak Naga tribe that resides in Nagaland’s Mon district, Monday, introduced recent laws to proceed its “non-cooperation” with the armed forces on Konyak soil — a choice took following the killing of 14 civilians in Oting village in a safety ambush final Saturday.
Whereas on December 7, the KU had requested all items of the 27 Assam Rifles to vacate Mon district, Monday’s assertion listed out a variety of “non-cooperation laws”, together with “complete restriction of Indian Navy pressure convoy and patrolling” till justice is delivered to these killed, no “navy recruitment rallies” inside Mon district, and non-acceptance of “developmental packages” from the forces.
These villages councils/college students/societies who’ve acquired compensation packages should “instantly denounce any types of assured packages” from the forces, the assertion added.
The assertion additionally directed “customary landowners to right away denounce” previous land agreements allotted for establishing navy base camps (working factors) in all areas inside the jurisdiction of Naginimora, Tizit, Lampong Sheanghah, Wakching City, Mon City, Longshen City, Sheanghah Wamsa, Longwa, Chenmoho, Chenloishu, Wangti, Aboi, Angjangyang, Tobu and Monyakshu.
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The assertion collectively signed by KU, Konyak Nyupuh Sheko Khong (KNSK), which is the apex girls’s physique, and Konyak Pupil Union additionally mentioned that the Konyak neighborhood would “lower off all types of public relation” with the forces.
In the meantime, the physique has scheduled the primary part of their mass agitation for December 16, the place a public rally could be held everywhere in the district. As an indication of resentment, black flags could be hoisted on each car, black badges could be worn by all, the assertion mentioned.