DIMAPUR, May 1 � In the backdrop of the expiry of the deadline issued to the NSCN-K to own up the unwarranted crime committed at Jail Colony, Kohima on April 9, the Angami Youth Organisation (AYO) and the Chakhesang Youth Front (CYF) said they are constrained to initiate their first phase of action against the outfit.
An NSCN-K cadre had allegedly made an attempt on the life of anti-taxation committee of Nagaland on that day.
At an emergency meeting, the AYO decided, as its first phase of action, to impose a blanket ban on all the activities, particularly financial, of the NSCN-K. Accordingly, it has strictly cautioned the Angami villages not to entertain any form of taxation of the NSCN-K henceforth. It also asked all government establishments/institutions, contractors/corporates/public/private/individual business owners to completely abstain from contributing any form of tax and percentages to the faction.
AYO president Zhopayi Nakro and CYF president Medo Yhokha, in a joint release on Monday, said any village, department, group, individual found/reported not complying with this order will be doing so at their own risk and will entail the organisations� penalty.
The two youth organisations demanded the NSCN-K to bring to book the perpetrators of the crime who were under its �enlistment�, to hand over the culprits to appropriate law enforcing authority, to produce before the public discharged orders of the culprits, as claimed by the NSCN-K, if they have been discharged from national service and to state publicly the course of action initiated and to render unconditional apology to the victims and public for disturbing the peaceful atmosphere of Kohima.
Further, a presidential meeting of AYO units and AYO seniors is being convened on May 3 to chalk out further course of action.