Ukhrul students visited the NSCN-IM’s Headquarter
As part of their study tour, students from Ukhrul district of Manipur visited the NSCN-IM headquarters in Hebron Camp, Nagaland.
Forty students from Pettigrew College, Sentinel College, Sacred Heart High School and KTL Excel High School participated in the three-day trip.
Students from Manipur participated in a three-day trip at Hebron Camp in Perun district, 35 km from Dimapur. NSCN-IM leader.
According to Eastern Light Zimik, one of the organizers of the visit, the main purpose of the visit is to visit the NSCN-IM Headquarters (GHQ), discuss with the leaders, and understand the situation like Naga. Identity and Status of the Naga National Movement.
He informed that the students also contacted Naga Army (Longvibu) Commander General Ningkhan Shimray, MC, VC on Sunday.
“Revolution calls us to expand our thinking, challenge traditional thinking, and promote change. It seeks to redefine social classes, promote inclusivity and pursue progress that benefits all. It’s a call to push boundaries, embrace diversity and create solutions that meet the needs of a rapidly changing world. In revolution, we have to think beyond the mind,” Shimray said while addressing the young Naga students.
The NSCN-IM leader continued, “I am a prisoner in Tihar and I have decided to go beyond the walls. Beyond the walls there is freedom. Believing that the Naga people would be free, they continued to make sacrifices. It is this unwavering hope that inspires us with courage in the face of difficulty and encourages us to commit ourselves to the goal of our nation’s freedom. ”
When discussing the current conflict between Israel and Hamas, Himre said that the conflict between Israel and Hamas is multifaceted, including history, politics and borders. This conflict stems from a long history and is characterized by border conflicts and problems. Diversity and international conflict. The cause of this war is the past ignorance of Arab countries, which led to constant wars. This historical difference has played a significant role in issues and events in the war between Israel and the Arab world, including groups such as Hamas. “If you don’t understand the history of the country, you will be in a lot of trouble,” the NSCN-IM leader added. They remain in the NSCN-IM camp.
Himre said the Indian government has recognized the country’s history, uniqueness and uniqueness. The situation of the Naga people during the exchange in Amsterdam on 11 July 2002.
“Respect for our history is a rare privilege that is often lacking in the affairs of powerful nations. It is important to appreciate this recognition, which reminds us to appreciate and respect the difficult inscriptions of the past, thanks to which we are grateful for the highly maintained places .The Nagas should thank them. This is a great victory,” Himre said.
Meanwhile, students also came into contact with other NSCN-IM officials. During their stay, the students visited key locations at Camp Hebron headquarters.
“This trip helped me learn more about Naga history. This will be helpful for students to learn about Nagas in educational institutions,” said Thangmeirin Zimik of Sentinel College.
Another student Thanrei Vashi said, “I am happy to see the efforts of the Naga community to really fight for the Naga cause. I pray and hope that people will also love and care for the Naga race”.