A tug of war within NSCN-K : An analysis of the power struggle in NSCN K

A vicious power struggle has troubled the NSCN-K for some time now, leaving Nagas confronted and bewildered with the polarizing realities of ethnic power politics, self preservation and exclusiveness. The violent split in the NSCN in 1988 drove a wedge between the Eastern Nagas living in Myanmar and Nagas , that turned physical distance into a psychological divide reinforced by suspicion.Khaplang, the ultimate Burmese Naga rebel leader, had stood firmly with the Indian Naga rebels through the sixties and seventies . He sided with Muivah and Issac Chisi Swu when they opposed the 1975 Shillong Accord because he saw them as fighting for the larger Naga cause and not striking a deal with India leaving the Burmese Nagas in the lurch.

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