Monday, June 17, 2024

TKS warns public not to associate with Indian Armed Forces

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EKHON | UKHRUL: Tangkhul Katamnao Saklong (TKS) strongly alerted the general public that no individual(s)/ organization(s)/forum(fora) should collaborate/associate with the Indian Armed Forces, reiterating the resolution taken by the recently held NSF Federal Assembly to repeal AFSPA for Naga Homeland.

The NSF Federal Assembly resolution reads, “The August house re-affirms the stand with the adoption resolved in the 2nd Federal Assembly. Henceforth, strict actions will be initiated to any units and sub units failing to Uphold the resolution.”

In a press release, the TKS appealed to ensure compliance with the resolution of the NSF in letter and spirit, in case of failing to uphold the notification, stern actions will be initiated.

It further stated, “The Armed Forces Special Power Act (AFSPA), 1958 has caused terror in the hearts and minds of the Naga people for the past several decades. The AFSPA continues to operate with impunity, in complete disregard of all humane values and virtues. Therefore, it is demanded that this draconian law is repealed once and for all in the Naga Homeland.”

The Tangkhul student apex body also demanded the Government of India to deliver justice, to the victims and family members of the gruesome Oting incident (4th & 5th December 2021) and to all the pending cases related to the excesses committed by the Indian armed forces without delay.

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