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Kom Community in Manipur's Kangathei Village Suffers Attack by Kuki Militants


Kom Community Attack by Kuki Militants in Manipur

Manipur: In the violence-hit region of Manipur, the peaceful village of Kangathei, inhabited by the Kom community, has been targeted in a recent attack by Kuki militants, forcing villagers to flee their homes. These acts of aggression have raised concerns and prompted the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) to issue a powerful statement, urging an immediate cessation of violence. The NSCN emphasizes the significance of unity and peaceful coexistence among the diverse Naga minor tribes and calls upon all parties involved to uphold each other's rights and dignity.


The NSCN's press release addresses the ongoing conflict between the Meiteis and the Kukis, strongly condemning the abhorrent violence that has plagued the region. It denounces attacks on human settlements, emphasizing that such acts are not only inhumane but also a violation of the fundamental human rights applicable to all members of society. Furthermore, the NSCN condemns the burning of places of worship, particularly churches, as sacrilegious acts committed along religious lines.


Central to the NSCN's message is the recognition that the Aimol, Chiru, Chothe, Kharam, Koireng, and Kom communities are integral parts of the Naga community. These Naga minor tribes have actively participated in the ongoing political struggle for the Nagas' freedom from India and Myanmar. The NSCN urges the Meitei brothers and Kukis to refrain from subjecting these tribes to harassment or discrimination. Instead, it calls for unity, understanding, and mutual respect as they work together towards their shared goal of achieving freedom and peace.

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