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Swu In Dimapur On A Mission

NSCN-IM Chairman Isak Chisi Swu

DIMAPUR, Mar 1: Amid heightening media war and also reported factional clashes in Myanmar between the NSCN factions, NSCN-IM chairman Isak Chisi Swu has landed in the Nagaland commercial hub Dimapur today who flew in from New Delhi. Large number of people has received the NSCN-IM leader at the Dimapur airport today.

Upon his arrival, Isak Chisi Swu said, “I’m here for reconciliation”.

Naga civil organizations such as the Naga Council Dimapur, Gaonburas (GBs) association of the Pughoto areas, Sumi Council Dimapur, Diphupar Sumi Community Council, Dimapur Sumi Aphuyemi (SAKD), the Naga Student Union Diphupar and also to the school faculty and students of Eastern Academy School, Unity Christian Higher Secondary and the Govt High School Diphupar  received him.

Welcoming the leader, NSCN-IM ‘home minister’ Rh. Raising said, “It is a moment of great joy for all of us to welcoming Your Excellency, the Yaruiwo Mr. Isak Chishi Swu and the first lady Mrs. Uster Chishi Swu to our Council Headquarters, Hebron (near Dimapur), the seat of our national government, the centre of our politics and the sweet home of Naga revolutionary patriots.

“We are sure that you will feel quite comfortable and homely in the land where you are born and brought up. The company of your old acquaintances, friends, dear and near ones, the view of the familiar landscapes you have frequented, the accustomed friendly climate and the joy of our healthy social environment will certainly renew your heart, rekindle your hopes, revive your mind and soul”.

(Courtesy: The Sangai Express / Newmai News Network)

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