The NSCN-IM on Wednesday accused the Assam Rifles (AR) of doing “nasty business” in Arunachal Pradesh by “misleading the people and the Government of India” in the name of conducting operations against Naga political movement.
The NSCN-IM, through its ‘Ministry of Information and Publicity’, alleged that recent media reports about the surrender of “two active NSCN cadres” was far from the actual situation.
“What exactly took place is a well-planned game arranged by the 6th Assam Rifles when it hoodwinked the discharged or terminated NSCN cadres with the promise of cash and other benefits and brought them to show themselves before the Tirap district Magistrate in the presence of the AR and district Police,” the NSCN-IM said.
The NSCN-IM said that this was how its discharged cadres Napo Mophuk and Yamyum Mophuk were “bamboozled” by the Assam Rifles’ deceptive display of NSCN-IM cadres that are no longer connected with the organization in any manner whatsoever.
“The AR will resort to such a deceptive game-plan as done in earlier occasions, but nothing could be further from the truth,” the group said.
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