UNC replies to dy CM`s statement

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IMPHAL, Sept 10: The UNC has said that it had declared severance of political ties with the State governemnt thereby demanded alternative arrangement pending the Indo-Naga political settlement.

A statment of the organisation replying to a statement of the Manipur deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam that the UNC had neither sponsored nor oppsoed the three bills and is kicking furore without understanding the three bills, said the UNC had neither been correspondent nor talking with the communal Government of Manipur.

It said on July 29, the UNC had on July 29 submitted a representation to the Prime Minister informing him that ` no issues or demands raised by other community(s) living in the present State of Manipur affecting or tending to affect the Naga position on Land, identity, history, culture, time honored institutions and political aspirations will be tolerated under any circumstances and urged the Government of India to expedite the Indo-Naga Peace Process with political will to its logical conclusion for lasting peace in the region`.

`We will neither compromise nor negotiate with our adversary that is going to affect the established position of the Nagas and also decided to struggle collectively till we achieve our long cherished political aspiration,` it said.

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