Naga Peace Accord: The Last Mile Crunch

Nagaland's Khaplang (NSCN-K) the second largest Naga group after the Isaac Muivah (IM) split geographically into the Indian and Myanmar factions. The Myanmar dominant group expelled the Indian born head Khango Konyak who had taken over the leadership in July 2017 after the death of the founder Chairman SS Khaplang in June the same year.Yung Aung so called defence minister of the group took over NSCN K (Myanmar) expelling the seventy year plus Khango Konyak in August this year (2018). Khango Konyak was allowed to leave the NSCN K camp in the Taga Hills of Sagaing region in Myanmar for India along with his supporters reportedly around 100 plus.Having moved to Nagaland, the NSCN Khango faction was amenable to a compromise which would be starting with the cease fire.Government of India has accepted the proposal of the NSCN-K led by Khango to join the peace process..................................................

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