NSCN (R)
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The authority of NSCN (Reformation), on Tuesday announced the expulsion of ‘Maj Gen’ Jackson Pochury, ‘chief of the army staff’, Naga Army for his alleged ‘anti social and anti national activities’.

This was stated in a press release that claimed that the ‘primary problem’ cropped up when Jackson directly threatened the collective leadership of ‘dire consequences’ which was ‘serious issue as far as Naga Yehzabo (Constitution) is concerned’.

“The second issue was violation of NSCN Discipline B- which says, every member shall be guided by moral sense of responsibility and uplifting the moral standard of the country,” the statement read.

However, according to the MIP, the most serious violation of set-up law of the revolutionary government was his ulterior motive to form parallel organization.

“With that, devilish plan, he forced Tuitimiu Makury, chairman Makury Region to hand over all arms from eastern sector and convinced him to form parallel organization. But, Tuitimiu chairman Makury Region refused to hand over any arms saying that, the arms belong to the government and not Army Chief,” the statement further said.

This incident reportedly took place on December 13, 2018.

Meanwhile, in the wake of this significant development, the authority of NSCN (R) has tendered unqualified apology to the ‘Naga nation in general and to workers in particular for having conferred a highest position to such un-reliable person to lead the Naga Army’.

It also apologized to Pochury community for taking such ‘extreme action on Maj Gen Jackson Pochury’ and requested the tribe leaders not to misconstrue this action as discrimination or targeting the Pochury tribe, it stated.

The NSCN (R) also appealed other Naga revolutionary government and organizations ‘not to entertain such un-reliable person because accepting him will only disgrace the nation’.

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