Nagas have every right to build their nation-state: Th Muivah on 77th Naga Ind Day 

Nagas have every right to build their nation-state: Th Muivah on 77th Naga Ind Day 

Nagas have every right to build their nation-state in their land. And that should not be viewed as an aggression on the rights of others,” said NSCN-IM leader Muivah in his speech.

Ukhrul: The demand for a Naga nation-state should not be seen as a regression on others’ rights, and Nagas are not begging for land from others, Thuingaleng Muivah, the general secretary of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-IM) said during his speech on the 77th Naga Independence Day celebrations at Hebron. 

“Nagas have every right to build their nation-state in their land. And that should not be viewed as an aggression on the rights of others,” said Muivah in his speech.

Nagas across borders observed the Naga Independence Day on August 14, a day before the celebration of the Indian Independence Day.

Stating that Nagas are proud of our past dynamic leaders who took the right decision in declaring the Naga National Independence on August 14, 1947, on the eve of the British departure from British India, Muivah said it was a historic step that gave a new meaning to the Naga National identity and saved the Nagas’ future.

Calling Nagas to be ‘grateful to God’, the Naga leader said, “The Naga people reaffirmed their national decision to remain a sovereign independent Nagalim rejecting the offer of the Union of India and that of Burma. I adore and salute those visionary leaders and the revolutionary generations,” Muivah stated.

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