SENAPATI, Aug 12: The United Naga Council (UNC) has directed the Nagas not to participate in the Independence Day celebration organised by the district administrations in the 7 new districts of Kangpokpi, Jiribam, Noney, Kakching, Tengnoupal, Kamjong and Pherzawl. However, the UNC said that it has no issue with Independence Day celebrations organised by educational institutions and other private offices in these 7 new districts. “This is to protest against the arbitrary creation of the new districts by the communal government of Manipur headed by O bobi Singh,” said the UNC.

While informing the Naga people in Manipur “to remain alert to face any eventuality”, the United Naga Council (UNC) has alleged today that “a party engaged in the tripartite talks is intentionally trying to sabotage the ongoing dialogue on district creation issue”, reports NNN.

UNC leaders freed unconditionally

IMPHAL, Mar 20: United Naga Council (UNC) president Gaidon Kamei and information and publicity secretary SK Stephen were finally released unconditionally by the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM), Imphal East today.

Senapati: The United Naga Council (UNC) has strongly condemned the bomb attack at the residence of a Naga People’s Front (NPF) candidate K Leisiyo in Imphal on Thursday. UNC general secretary S Milan stated that UNC is against any form of violence.

IMPHAL, Feb 27: A full bench of High Court of Manipur has directed United Naga Council (UNC) president and information secretary to appear before the Court again on March 3 along with their counsel without fail and communicate with other office bearers of the Naga apex body to be present on the next date.

IMPHAL, Feb 22: United Naga Council (UNC) president, information secretary, Additional Solicitor General of India and Joint Secretary of Ministry of Home Affairs (North East In-Charge) appeared before High Court of Manipur today.

United Naga Council (UNC) president Gaidon Kamei and information secretary Shang-khel Stephen who are currently lodged in Manipur Central Jail were produced before the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Imphal East today.

Naga ancestral land is non-negotiable : UNC

Senapati, Feb 16 : In Manipur, crippled by an economic blockade for over three months, the agitating United Naga Council (UNC) and the ruling Congress have drawn swords at each other. With Manipur Congress Legislature Party (CLP) writing to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to declare UNC, the top body of Nagas living in Manipur, as an “unlawful organisation”, the UNC has hit back claiming Congress is playing a ‘communal’ politics.

CLP moots unlawful tag for UNC

IMPHAL, Feb 11: Noting that the prolonged economic blockade being imposed by the United Naga Council (UNC) along National Highways leading to Manipur is anti-National and anti-people, the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) has resolved to approach the Central Government to declare the UNC as an unlawful organisation.