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Mizo insurgency should be rewritten: MNF

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AIZAWL, March 8 - Mizo National Front (MNF) leader Zoramthanga said the history of insurgency movement in Mizoram should be rewritten as the history of �Mizo nationalism movement�.

�Initially, the Revolt of 1857 was called Sepoy Mutiny by Colonial writers and some Indian writers. But considering its importance and the involvement of people moved by a nationalist feeling, modern writers prefer to call and rename it as �The first war of Indian Independence�. Likewise, the term Mizo insurgency movement should be renamed and should be written as Mizo Nationalism movement,� Zoramthanga said during release of a book authored by him. The book is called �Mizo Hnam Movement History � A History of Mizo Nationalism Movement.�

There was a strong demand from the students and people who pay interest to the history of Mizo independence movement, and that finally brought the book to see a light,� Zoramthanga said in his speech here yesterday.

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Mizo insurgency should be rewritten: MNF

AIZAWL, March 8 - Mizo National Front (MNF) leader Zoramthanga said the history of insurgency movement in Mizoram should be rewritten as the history of �Mizo nationalism movement�.

�Initially, the Revolt of 1857 was called Sepoy Mutiny by Colonial writers and some Indian writers. But considering its importance and the involvement of people moved by a nationalist feeling, modern writers prefer to call and rename it as �The first war of Indian Independence�. Likewise, the term Mizo insurgency movement should be renamed and should be written as Mizo Nationalism movement,� Zoramthanga said during release of a book authored by him. The book is called �Mizo Hnam Movement History � A History of Mizo Nationalism Movement.�

There was a strong demand from the students and people who pay interest to the history of Mizo independence movement, and that finally brought the book to see a light,� Zoramthanga said in his speech here yesterday.