CMA express concerns over deteriorating condition
Kohima, Apr 14 (UNI) The Chakhesang Mothers' Association (CMA) today expressed serious concerns over the free movement of armed cadres of various underground factions in Phek district of Nagaland In a press statement, CMA president Nuvosalu Chizo pointed out that free movement of cadres led to clashes and resulted in deaths, while affecting normal life of the people.
The CMA has condemned those responsible for inter-factional clashes at Porba, Wazeho and Yoruba as these had put the lives of the innocent citizens at risk.
The CMA accused the NSCN-IM cadres near Phek village of 'unleashing terror' in Phek district.
It accused the NSCN-IM cadres, who were 'armed to the teeth' and moving outside their designated camps of violating the ceasefire ground rules and criticised the state government and the security forces of remaining mute spectators.
The CMA said people faced hardship as schools and colleges were also affected, besides, government employees abstained from attending duty to avoid harassment and the farmers were unable to go to their fields.
''Each and every persons in villages and towns, irrespective of occupation or business, had too pay taxes of various kinds'', the statement stated.
It stated that 'supressed agony and silent tears' would never benefit the Naga cause, while appealing to the underground cadres to stop shedding blood.
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