Myanmar Peace Monitor

NSCN-K

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National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang

နာဂအမ်ိဳးသား ဆိုရွယ္လစ္ ေကာင္စီ (ကပ္ပလန္) 

nscn-k


SUMMARY

Founded: January 1, 1980

Headquarters: Unknown

Operational Area: Lahe, Lay Shi, Hkamti and Nanyun in Sagaing Region

Estimated strength: <500

Leader: S. S. Khaplang

The NSCN-K has been fighting to to achieve a union between Naga living in the northeast states of India and the Sagaing Region in Myanmar. In 1988, the NSCN split into two fractions; the NSCN-K led by S. S. Khaplang based in northern Lahe and Nanyun townships in Sagaing Region, Myanmar and the NSCN-IM, led by Isak Chisi Swu and Thuingaleng Muivah in India. According to the 2008 Constitution, the Leshi, Lahe and Nanyun townships in Sagaing Region are described as a Naga Self-Administered Zone. Since 2010, the NSCN-K and the Myanmar government have not engaged in armed clashes. After the ceasefire in 2012, many of their soldiers deserted.

CEC members:
Chairman: S. S. Khaplang
General Secretary: Dali Mangru Ao
Commander-in-Chief: Khole Konyak

CEC member:
1. U Kyaw Wan Sein


Peace Process

New Ceasefire: April 9, 2012

12th resistance group to sign ceasefire with the new government

Stage 1: State level peace talks


Official delegation team

Unknown


Liaison offices

Khamti, Sagaing Region


Meetings

 #  Date  Location  Armed Group Rep  Govt Rep  Details
1 09/04/2012 Khamti, Sagaing Region Y. Wangtin Naga and six others Sagaing Region Minister for Security and Border affairs, Col Kyi Naing State level
5 points ceasefire
Other govt delegates: Sagaing Chief Minister U Tha Aye
2 16/08/2013 MPC, Yangon 4 representatives from NSCN-K U Aung Min NSCN-k leaders discussed about to open liaison office in Khamti and local development in their area.

Developments

The five points of the truce include:
(1) Cessation of armed conflict with the Myanmar army April 9, 2012
(2) Opening of a liaison office by NSCN-K at Khamti to facilitate further talks
(3) Coordination among both sides for carrying arms beyond their agreed jurisdiction
(4) Freedom of movement of unarmed NSCN-K cadres within Myanmar
(5) Holding of sustained negotiations.


Statements

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