The UNC stated that the order of the Speaker for induction of eight MLAs of the assembly constituencies from the "unscheduled areas" as members of Hill Areas Committee (HAC) is unconstitutional.
The UNC called for total shutdown in protest against the Manipur chief secretary order of August 7.
The Naga body said it has been opposing the celebration of Independence Day in the newly created districts
The United Naga Council has called for total shutdown from the midnight of August 2 till 12 noon of August 3 in Senapati to demonstrate strong support to the framework agreement.
The United Naga Council pointed out that the state does not own land until it first owns its people.
UNC has expressed the hope that the Core Committee will be able to intervene and forge the long and frequent stalemate that is taking place in the negotiation between the two parties.
The UNC expressed shock over the irresponsible remarks of Nagaland minister Temjen Imna Along during his recent interview with an English news channel on June 10.
The PPC stated that the creation of Autonomous District Councils (ADCs) for new districts is not a political package but a legitimate right and demand of the people of the four hill districts to bring equal development and justice.
UNC also stated that it rejects the decision of the state’s cabinet meeting of March 27, 2021 on newly created districts since it is still pending and Tripartite Talks inconclusive.
The UNC cautioned that it will take its "own course of action" if the Manipur government fails to do so.
The Cabinet meeting was proposed to be held on December 16, 2020.
The United Naga Council said that RN Ravi must remember that he is more of a Naga interlocutor than a “mere” Nagaland governor.
“in the event of signing the ‘final’ agreement without the indispensable manifestation of our identity and our future (read: flag and constitution), we will be wrong to say that our situation and history have been unique”.
The United Naga Council appealed to neighbouring communities and others to help in resolving the Naga political issue.
The National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN-IM) has expressed shock on the demise of Puni after undergoing treatment at Fortis Hospital, New Delhi.
Such killing, brutalities and human rights violation has become too rampant in the cease fire areas when Naga peace talks for finding enduring peace in the region is in advanced stage."