ACAUT threatens civil war in Nagaland

Guwahati, Assam 26: ACAUT (Against Corruption and Unabated Corruption) yesterday held a massive rally in Dimapur to fight against corruption in Nagaland. All the civil societies and most NGOs made it clear that civil war might erupt in the state if the central government does not take into consideration the interests of all the Naga insurgent groups and the Naga civil societies.

KK Sema, advisor of ACAUT in the rally said that they were expecting an inclusive decision by the centre and that interests of all Naga insurgent groups to be taken. Sema also made it clear that if the centre comes out with solutions that is not in the favor of their demands then civil war might erupt in the state.

NSCN (IM) has been engaged in peace negotiations with the centre to find a solution for the problem. But no such process has been initiated with six other rebel groups of the state, including the outlawed NSCN (Khaplang) or NSCN-K.

The rally also demanded the state government to summon a special session of Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) to pass the LOKAYUKTA bill 2017, to check all forms corruptions, mismanagement and siphoning of public funds. Also, if the rally declared that if the government fail to fulfill all their demands before the end of September the public will call for all Nagaland bandh.