Sumis snap links with NSCN (I-M)

Dimapur, Jan 7 (NPN) :Sumi Baghi Hoho (Sumi general public meeting) on January 7 at the Town Hall Zunheboto, under the aegis of the Sumi Hoho passed four resolutions among which was to delink all ties with NSCN (I-M) with immediate effect and therefore, all forms of taxations from Sumis to the NSCN (I-M) shall cease to exist.
According to a joint statement issued by president Sumi Hoho Hovishe Arkha, president Sumi Kukami Hoho Ghovito Zhimomi, president Sumi Totimi Hoho Kitoli Naje and president Sumi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu Holuvi Chophy,the January 7 meting came against the backdrop of the December 21 incident where three NSCN (I-M) cadres “inflicted severe injury, committed sexual harassment, attempted rape and murder on innocent Sumis”.

As a consequence of the failure of NSCN (I-M) to hand over the culprits to the district administration, the Sumi public pursued Resolution No.1 of December 26,2013, to flush out NSCN (I-M) cadres from their designated camp at Mukalimi, the signatories said.

Sumi Baghi Hoho also resolved to declare December 28 as ‘Sumi Martyrs Day’ to be observed annually in memory of late Paketo Assumi and late Ghukiye Zhimomi who laid down their lives for the cause and destiny of the Sumi people.

The burial place for the ‘Sumi Martyrs’ was donated by sons of late Kuhozu of Sukhalu village and the place henceforth called ‘Sumi Martyrs Park’.

Further Sumi Baghi Hoho resolved that in the event any faction/factions or group of people, intimidating or committing excesses on either Sumi individual or community in the coming days, “the Sumi public will rise up against that particular faction/factions or group/groups of people”.

Also as per the Sumi Public Rally resolution No.2 of December 26,2013, it was resolved that NSCN (I-M) “shall not be permitted to establish its designated camp within Sumi inhabited areas, which shall be intimated to the concerned authority for necessary action.”

Sumi Baghi Hoho (Sumi general public meeting) on January 7 at the Town Hall Zunheboto, under the aegis of the Sumi Hoho passed four resolutions among which was to delink all ties with NSCN (I-M) with immediate effect and therefore, all forms of taxations from Sumis to the NSCN (I-M) shall cease to exist.

According to a joint statement issued by president Sumi Hoho Hovishe Arkha, president Sumi Kukami Hoho Ghovito Zhimomi, president Sumi Totimi Hoho Kitoli Naje and president Sumi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu Holuvi Chophy,the January 7 meting came against the backdrop of the December 21 incident where three NSCN (I-M) cadres “inflicted severe injury, committed sexual harassment, attempted rape and murder on innocent Sumis”.

As a consequence of the failure of NSCN (I-M) to hand over the culprits to the district administration, the Sumi public pursued Resolution No.1 of December 26,2013, to flush out NSCN (I-M) cadres from their designated camp at Mukalimi, the signatories said.

Sumi Baghi Hoho also resolved to declare December 28 as ‘Sumi Martyrs Day’ to be observed annually in memory of late Paketo Assumi and late Ghukiye Zhimomi who laid down their lives for the cause and destiny of the Sumi people.

The burial place for the ‘Sumi Martyrs’ was donated by sons of late Kuhozu of Sukhalu village and the place henceforth called ‘Sumi Martyrs Park’.

Further Sumi Baghi Hoho resolved that in the event any faction/factions or group of people, intimidating or committing excesses on either Sumi individual or community in the coming days, “the Sumi public will rise up against that particular faction/factions or group/groups of people”.

Also as per the Sumi Public Rally resolution No.2 of December 26,2013, it was resolved that NSCN (I-M) “shall not be permitted to establish its designated camp within Sumi inhabited areas, which shall be intimated to the concerned authority for necessary action.”

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