National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang

နာဂအမ်ိဳးသား ဆိုရွယ္လစ္ ေကာင္စီ (ကပ္ပလန္) 



Founded: 1 Jan. 1980
Headquarters: Unknown
Operational Area: Lahe, Lay Shi and Nanyun in Sagaing Region
Estimated strength: <500

The NSCN-K has been fi ghting 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 ceasefi re in 2012, many of their soldiers deserted.
No major developments since ceasefi re agreement and also did not participate in the
ethnic conferences. The group however did receive 15 cars for tax free and 30 car licenses
with preferential tax rates.

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

Ceasefire & Peace Process

12th ceasefire signing group.
Stage 1: State level ceasefire 9 Apr 2012
Post ceasefire agreement: none
Official delegation team: N/A



Official delegation team


Liaison offices

Khamti, Sagaing Region


 #  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.


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.


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