Peace Talks May Suffer if Myanmar’s Army Fails to Release its Leaders, Says NSCN-K

The National Socialist Council of Nagaland’s Khaplang faction (NSCN-K), led by Yung Aung, may soon find it difficult to continue its peace talks with the Tatmadaw (Myanmar army) if the latter failed to release its captive members, including those who were part of the negotiation team, a member of the separatist outfit has said.

On January 29, the Tatmadaw had launched an operation against Indian-origin rebel outfits, including the NSCN-K and United Liberation Front of Assam-Independent (ULFA-I), based in the Sagaing region.

In early March, more than a month after taking control of the NSCN-K’s headquarters at Ta Ga village in Sagaing, the Tatmadaw arrested 10 of its top leaders and six cadres. Read More

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