Nagaland: NSCN Khaplang Splits

Nagaland: NSCN Khaplang Splits             A split in the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-K) faction the second largest militant Naga group came about on June 7, 2011, when ironically in a meeting of a faction of the group the ‘Chairman,’ Khaplang  was, ‘expelled.’ Two factions have now emerged; one led by ‘General’ Khole Konyak, until now the group’s ‘commander-in-chief’, as the new chairman and a second by Khaplang himself.  The Khole Konyak faction is based in Kehoi camp near Dimapur in Nagaland while the Konyak faction is in Myanmar. The Khole Konyak faction claims that S.S. Khaplang was against Naga reconciliation process initiated by Foru...
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