“It is high time for believers of NSCN (I-M) movement to find out whom to trust; who is working honestly; who is betraying the people of Manipur and who is taking advantage of us,” the United Committee Manipur said.
The Naga Hoho and the Naga Mothers' Association alleged that the six NSCN-IM cadres were killed while they were sleeping in a hut.
The incident of murdering six NSCN (I-M) cadres is shocking and the claims of Indian security forces is an act of cowardice to create political turmoil, a release stated..
The government must take action to minimize any conflict and should not use such a tactic to jeopardise the hard gained peace process, it stated.
"The precious lives of these promising young soldiers may have been cut short in their prime time, but they have indeed gained martyrdom in this cruel death while in the line of national duty."
Six Naga Army personnel were killed by the combined forces of Assam Rifles, Indian Army and Arunachal Pradesh state police at Nginu in Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh on July 11.