The last will from the legend Khaplang before he takes his last breath

“I have stood under the banner of ‘Nagaland for Christ’ with the hope that my people may see both physical and spiritual freedom from the oppression of the ruthless occupiers. 

I have done my part for the freedom of my people with the little capacity God has given me. And now, the younger generations of Nagaland need to continue the legacy left to you like passed down to us by the elders. Never weaver nor be carried away with the ideologies of the aliens that Nagas do not deserve to be a Nation. 

As a human, I have done many wrongs and forgive me all my failures in this noble venture of our cherished freedom. 

My sons and daughters, please continue to hold on the torch of our freedom until we reach the promised land.” 
SS Khaplang 



19:30hrs Friday 9th June 2017

(Please note that this last will of him in English is an official translation done by Athong Makury, President of the Council of Naga Affairs, Myanmar. CNA claims the copyright of this translation.)


Naga Soldier

I shun my home, my family, my love.
To serve my Mother is a soldiers’ sacrifice.
To brave and lead towards the foe!
Some will die for Mother’s freedom sake.

Duty to serve, duty to risk,
To run the gauntlet, I gave my life for country.
My blood I paid as ransom of my country’s freedom,
The ultimate cost for freedom’s sake.

Families pride though little solace.
I Sacrificed… Myself for country sake.
Near and dears ones I know not,
Their hearts are torn, grief for me.

The jungles are my home, trees my friends.
The songs of birds reminds me of my youths,
The rivers play me some melancholy music.
As I lay down on the rock, my eye moistened.

Sacrifice for thee my Mother, my Pride,
Though I bear the solemn grief, with pride I wear.
Let my countrymen curve my name on my grave stone,
That my children with tears will bear a pride.

Dedicated to my True Naga Soldier

With Love, Kendy Pamei

Some References News on NSCN, Naga land


  1. “NSCN strikes against all addicts, whores in Ukhrul,” Nagaland Post, May 15, 1991.
  2. “Nagas must unite, says IBRF,” The Northeast Times, Guwahati, July 26, 1991.
  3. “Nagas must unite, says IBRF,” Northeast Times, July 26, 1991.
  4. “New turn to NSCN struggle,” Sentinel, June 29, 1992.
  5. “Naga leaders attended World meet of Militants,” Telegraph, March 30, 1993.
  6. “NSCN-IM redraws its strategy,” Sentinel, February 21, 1995.
  7. “Bomb blasts in Lumding,” Sentinel, February 26, 1995.
  8. “Deal with NSCN-IM alone won’t solve Naga issue: NSCN-K,” Sentinel, October 10, 2001.
  9. “Frozen hearts produce dangerous politics,” The Pioneer, Delhi, August 5, 2001.
  10. “Reasoning Together, Naga Students’ Federation, Kohima, 2001, pp. 4-5.
  11. “NSCN-K offers month-long truce to rivals,” Assam Tribune, December 19, 2001.
  12. “Naga Reconciliation Process,” North East Frontier, January 2002, pp. 9-10.
  13. “NSCN (K) cautions Isak Swu,” Nagaland Post, August 27, 2002.
  14. “NSCN-K ready for talks,” Asian Age, July 12, 2002.
  15. “New faces in NSCN-IM,” Asian Age, July 3, 2002.
  16. “Security alert as NSCN factions spar,” Hindustan Times, August 27, 2002.
  17. “Naga Consultative Meeting,” Asian Age, July 21, 2002.
  18. “The voice of Khaplang, Shangrila debate,” Statesman, July 27, 2002.
  19. “NSCN-K ask people to forgive and forget”,, Accessed on July 24, 2003.
  20. “NSCN factional clash on”, Assam Tribune, Guwahati, April 22, 2003.
  21. “NSCN-IM alert routine: Forces”, The Asian Age, Delhi, June 29, 2003
  22. “How NSCN-IM manages its budget”, The Hindustan Times, Delhi, March 1, 2003.
  23. ‘Joint militant forum against ‘greater Nagaland’,
  24. “Anti-landmine deal signed by NSCN-IM,” Sentinel, October 22, 2003.
  25. “NSCN-IM on wildlife preservation,”, November 2, 2003.
  26. “NSCN breakaway outfit wants its own pound of flesh”, Times of India, January 27, 2003.
  27. “Khaplang men die in rival fire,” Telegraph, September 6, 2003.
  28. “Delhi fumes as NSCN reaches American shores”, Asian Age, August 19, 2003.
  29. “Naga peace process,” Assam Tribune, August 3, 2003.
  30. “NSCN-K in quest for lost ground,” Telegraph, September 30, 2003.
  31. “Defection game on Naga rebel turf”, Telegraph, October 17, 2003.
  32. “NSCN-K death-threat charge on rival,” Telegraph, January 26, 2003.
  33. “Tribal feuds impede Naga peace talks,” Times of India, January 18, 2003.
  34. “NSCN (IM)-Delhi can’t bring Naga peace,” Sentinel, October 28, 2003.
  35. “NSCN-IM is government sponsored, they are betrayers: NSCN-K,” Times of India, July 29, 2003.
  36. “GPRN Statement,” Eastern Mirror, Kohima, May 18, 2003.
  37. “Khaplang factions’ strikes a jarring note,” Telegraph, January 7, 2003.
  38. “Factional fights continue”, North East Sun, Delhi, vol. 7 no. 13, February 1-14, p. 5.
  39. “No solution without Naga unity, says NSCN-K,” Times of India, May 18, 2003.
  40. “NSCN-IM is government sponsored, they are betrayers: NSCN-K,” Times of India, July 29, 2003.
  41. “Crime rate increases,” Nagaland Post, January 12, 2003.
  42. Sashinungla, “Nagaland: The Dynamics of Extortion,” South Asia Intelligence Review, vol. 2 no. 22, December 15, 2003, South Terrorism Portal,
  43. “NSCN cadres cause tension in Tuensang,” Shillong Times, August 7, 2003.


Sumis seek end to NSCN (K)- GPRN/NSCN conflict

K.V. Nurumi KOHIMA, OCT 31 (NPN) :Published on 1 Nov. 2014 1:20 AM IST

A breakthrough in the recent NSCN (K)-GPRN/NSCN imbroglio appears to gain headway even as the Sumi Hoho and the Sumi frontal organisations have initiated for release of “confiscated keys” of the house belonging to ‘gen’ Niki Sumi of NSCN (K) at Naharbari, Dimapur.

This initiative came after a serious of meetings held under the aegis of the Sumi Hoho along with its frontal organisations including Western Sumi Hoho (WSH), Sumi Kukami Hoho (SKH), Sumi Totimi Hoho (STH), Sumi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (SKK) and others with representatives of both NSCN (K) and GPRN/NSCN in the recent past.

These meetings culminated at the headquarters of GPRN/NSCN at Khehoi Camp Friday where the Sumi frontal organisations made a “strong” appeal to the collective leaders of GPRN/NSCN to listen to the “voice” of the people for “peace” and “tranquillity” to prevail between the Naga Political Groups to avoid any possible “outside” interventions towards the Naga political issue.
According to Sumi Hoho sources, the meeting at Khehoi Camp was a day-long marathon meet where Sumi leaders urged upon the collective leadership and top functionaries of GPRN/NSCN to re-consider the case in the “larger interest of the Nagas.”

The source said that the “collective leadership” of the GPRN/NSCN, after threadbare discussions with the Sumi frontal organisation leaders, decided to release the “confiscated property” of ‘gen’ Niki Sumi “unconditionally” and later handed over the keys of the house to the Sumi Hoho who later handed over to the Surumi Community Dimapur in the presence of Sumi Hoho officials and other Sumi frontal organisations.
When contacted Sumi Hoho secretary Vihuto Assumi confirmed the developments and thanked the collective leadership of GPRN/NSCN for “keeping the issue of Nagas in the larger interest.”
He said that the Sumi frontal organizations was in “constant” touch with the NSCN (K) leader and expressed hope that this would be reciprocally responded.

Assumi said that there was heightened tension particularly in Zunheboto and Dimapur district due to the sequence of events that followed the grenade blast at the residence of GPRN/NSCN functionary “allegedly” by NSCN (K) and the tirades thrown against each other through the media between the groups that surfaced thereafter.

It was learned that there were movements of cadres belonging to both the factions within the periphery of the groups’ designated camps recently towards which the Zunheboto Town Youth Organization (ZTYO) has also issued caution against these movements.

It may be mentioned that the issue stood that the NSCN (K) blamed its former leader Kughalu Mulatonu of defecting to GPRN/NSCN with “huge cache” of arms and ammunition and demanded that the arms be returned. On the other hand, Mulatonu had blamed the NSCN (K) of seizing his “bulldozer” and had reportedly evicted ‘gen.’ Niki’s family from his house at Naharbari, Dimapur as “retaliatory measure.”…/State/StateNews.aspx…

NSCN (K) accuse Khehoi camp of being an agency of GoI

PRO, Nagaland NSCN/GPRN.

The Khehoi gang demanding GOI to remove NSCN/GPRN Designated camp at Suruhuto per-se reveals it’s sheer dependence on GOI for it’s survival.

Nowhere in the revolutionary history of the Nagas had there been naked collaboration with enemy forces to subjugate the Naga sovereign struggle than the recent desperate appeal made to the GOI by Khehoi gang to dismantle NSCN’s politically established camp. The history shall record this event as one of the treasonous move against Naga struggle.

It is also to be reminded that if NSCN/GPRN’s struggle for sovereignty is to be dubbed as “terrorism” what do three years old infant Khehoi gang composing of political harlots, rootless vagrants and expelled, rejected and dejected lots from two NSCN’s call themselves.

If Khehoi gang so wish to talk about 1988 crisis, we still have living witnesses who bears testimony to the entire sequence of events and if narrated, Kitovi Zhimomi will be stripped naked and devoid of any moral right to lead any NPG under any capacity.

As for the serial bombings in and around Dimapur, it is for Kitovi Zhimomi to clarify before the Nagas since all the masterminds belongs to his gang. His brother in-law Mulatonu and Hokato Vusshe then Finance Kilonsers, Akato Aye and Akato Sema then Finance Secretaries under his General Secretariship orchestrated and directed the entire terror acts by hiring even civilian criminals. All these individuals still continues to remain his loyal functionaries.

As for NSCN/GPRN under SS. Khaplang’s leadership, no matter how desperate the gansters of Khehoi camp tries to malign by implicating Myanmarese connection, it is without doubt that NSCN/GPRN is the only Naga’s political body so far that could have possibly internationalised the Naga struggle encompassing every ancestral Naga inhabited areas regardless of arbitrary imposed international border bisecting the Nagas. The NSCN/GPRN is ever conscious of the destiny of the Nagas and shall continue to resist any forces that attempts to trample our rights under any form.

The Khehoi gang may also be reminded that Naga struggle is not about the gang confined to forcefully occupied NSCN/GPRN’s designated camp at Khehoi with the assistance of GOI or an issue limited to present Nagaland state alone as they tries to champion for mere survival sake. The issue concerns every Naga across the length and breadth of ancestrally inhabited territories.

It is for the Nagas to judge as to who shall steadfastly pursue the aspiration of the Nagas to the end.…/123706.html

Burma and India step up fight against Naga rebels

Imphal, May 08: Burmese and Indian armies have started using armored helicopters against National Socialist Council of Nagaland – Khaplang rebels in Burma.

The move marks a stepping up of a new campaign against the NSCN-K, a rebel group fighting for greater independence from India and Burma believed to have several camps in Burma’s Sagaing Division. The Burmese and Indian armies launched massive joint operations against the group last week resulting in heavy casualties.

Reports have said both Burmese troops and Naga rebels have been killed with some placing the death toll at 50.Sources in India’s Ministry of Defense told sections of media that amour helicopter fire has caused serious injuries among rebels hiding in Burma’s dense jungles. The latest campaign against the rebels ended four months of silence from the armies after troops targeted rebel camps in areas adjoining the Tirap and Changlang districts of Arunachal Pradesh in India’s Northeast. Hornbill Express, Senapati

Ceasefire with NSCN-K extended for one more year

Kohima, April 28 (NEPS): The 4-year old bilateral ceasefire between the Government of India and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) has been extended for another 1 year today with effect from 28th April, 2005.The NSCN (K) entered for the first time into a formal truce pact with the New Delhi on April 28, 2001 for 1 year to bring a lasting and permanent solution to the long drawn out “Indo-Naga political problem.” Since then both sides have been extending the truce on a year basis. 

Khaplang Photo by Rajeev Bhattacharyya

Photo by Rajeev Bhattacharyya

The crucial high level meeting between the representatives of the Government of India and the NSCN (K) on the extension of the ongoing 4-year bilateral truce started at 11 O’clock today in New Delhi.

The both sides have unanimously agreed to extend the ongoing truce for another 1 year with effect from April 28, 2005.The representatives from the Government of India included Special Secretary and Joint Secretary of the Union Home Ministry while from the NSCN (K) side were C Singson, Kughalu Mulatonu, Nitovi Aye and Joseph Patton.

“We have a very cordial meeting with the representatives of the Government of India and unanimously agreed to extend the bilateral ceasefire between the Government of India and the NSCN for another 1 year,” Kughalu Mulatonu, Kilonser of the NSCN (K) told NEPS here over phone from Delhi today.

He said there were free and frank discussions in a very cordial manner throughout the meeting.

He also informed that no any other agenda was discussed during the meeting due to the ongoing Indian Parliament Session.

He, however, said revision of ground rules and other issues would be discussed in the next two or three months.