National Socialist Council of Nagaland Isak Muivah GROUP criticize SCAN


National Socialist Council of Nagaland Isak Muivah GROUP on October 25 criticized Senior Citizen Association of Nagaland (SCAN) by saying that association is misleading people through the statement in which they alleged that NSCN IM has occupied Ntangki National Park and taken its full control. In a statement issued through its Ministry of Information and Publicity, NSCN said that SCAN is targeting the outfit unfairly through some inflammatory allegations. The press statement of the outfit lashed out at SCAN saying that the body of senior citizens should have acted responsibly before making such statements over the issue. NSCN IM also went on to say that for the record Ntangki National Park originally belongs to Old Bisumpui village. As per a resolution taken during the NSCN National Assembly, Gilgal Camp in 1996 to protect and preserve Ntangki Forest as Wildlife Reserve Forest, set up of new villages were prohibited. NSCN IM also refuted the claims of SCAN and said that its headquarter in Hebron also does not fall under the park and the land originally belongs to Old Jalukie village. It clarified that the Jalukiekam village was established with the permission of Old Jalukie village. Hebron camp is very much within the Jalukie Kam Village Jurisdiction and outside the boundary of Ntangki National Park and not as recklessly claimed by SCAN

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