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Sukte Independent Army (SIA) leh a nasepna.

Sukte Independent a phuankhiapa leh makaipa ahi Pu Hau Za Lian pen Sukte beh, Pu Sukte khang pan 14na, Pu Cin Thang pan khang 9na hi-in Suangzang khua ah Ukpi a sem Pu Pau Za Cin leh pi Zam Khaw Niangte tapa thumna hi a, 14.4.1912 ni-in Suangzang khua ah suak hi.


Pilna Sinna: 
Tedim Kawllai sangah 1920-1924 sung sin a, 1924 Pn 1927 sung tan 1 pan ta IV dong Tedim Anglo Vernacullar sangah 19271932 sung tan IV pan tan VII dong kah hi. Tan VII a on khit ciangin a pa kum tam khin ahih manin a pa’Ukpi [picture: Chin Levies with a captured Japanese flag] nasep huh in sangkah zom nawn lo hi.

Western Chin Levy Sepna: 
Leitung Galpi Nihna kipat 1939 kumin Dictatorhip ki-ukna a deih Germany Italy, Russia, Japan leh Democracy ki-ukna a deih England, America, France-te hong kido hi. Kawlgam pen Englandte ong ukna gam hi a, Kawl mite zong suakta nuam ahi manin Japante Kawlgam sungah a om Mangkangte nawh khiat ding va cial uh ahih manin Japante’n Kawlgam hong sim uh hi. Japan galkapte Thailand pan Kawlgam ong lutin 1942 kum kipat lamin Kawlgam zanglei teng hong la zopah uhi. Mualtung gam ahi, Kachin leh Zogamte ah Englandte tawh kipawl khawm in Levy kiphuan a, Levy galkapte in na nang ahi manin kum nih sung kinang zo hi. Kachin gamah a kiphuan Levy pen Northern Levy kici a, Zogam a kiphuan Levy peh Western Levy kici hi.

Col. N.W. Kelly. OBE, DC in Western Levy a sem ding galkap hong don ciangin Tedim Ukpi leh Hausate tawh 25-27.4.1942 ni thum sung thu kikupna bawlin Tedim mite in Levy galkap nasepna tawh England kumpi hih ding leh England kumpi in Tedim mite khantohna ding nasem nam 12 sepsak dingin lungkimna thuciam bawl uh hi. Tua lungkimna thuciam om bangin Tedim gamah galkap kisam zah ding dongin Ukpi, Hausate’ makaihna ahi. Western Levy-te in 14.5.1942 ni-a kipanin Tedim khua ah galkap nasep kipan uhi. Za tuamtum pia in Japan galkapte Zogamah ong lut lohna dingin mun tuamtuamah phual satin Japan galkapte ki nang dimdiam hi.

Pu Hau Za Lian pen Commando Company commader za pia uh a, Pu Thawng Cin Thang pen Lieutenant za kipia hi. Hih Western Chin Levyte in mun tuamtuam pan Japan galkapte na do a, a na nan zawh manun kum 2 sung kidal zo napi 1943 February kha in, Mualpi phualpi, May kha in No. 3 Stockade-Phatzang, November kha in Forwhite-Thangpi phualpi Japante’n ong simin hong lak khit ciangin Tedim Phualpi panin Japante sim ding kipan pha leuleu hi. Commando Company Commander Pu Hau Za Lian in a galkapte tawh Japante do dingin Tedim khua pan 9.11944 ni-in ding khia in, Japan galkapte zongin a kawikawina ah Mualbem khua lu, Siallutaak ah Japan galkapte tawh kituak in kikap uh a, Pu Hau Za Lian in galkap 3 kap lumpah hi. Tua kikapna panun a galkapte in taisan khin ahih manin amah guak bek, Japante in umcih a, Suanghawm sungah a kibuk nithum khit ciangin zankimin gelkhia a, a lawmte omna zuan thei hi. Tua a thuak haksatte la tawh teci na pang hi.
 1. (a) Bemtui vangkhua do in suan e, kimpih sang bang vaai ing e,
(b) Sang bang vai paal ka lawh nin e, miza sinlai liapsak e.

2. (a) Suktui zatam liim bang beelten do lai angah tuang nusia e,
(b) I do zingdaai bang nawk tang e, khattang a hing kei hing e.

Japan galkapte hong thahat semsemin England galkapte in 13.3.1944 in Falam khua, Chin Levy galkapte tawh hong nusiat ni, 13.3.1944 ni mah in Tedim khua pan Saizang lam tawn in Falam gam Sa-ek khua ah phualsat dingin pai uhi. Pa Ha Za Lian in zong zui nuam hinapi-in Japnate om dan leh sepdante amau kiangah puak sim dingin deih uh ahi manun Pu Thawng Cin Thang in zuisak loin Saizang khua ah a ciahsak hi.

Japan Kumpi In Ong Ukna: 
Japan gakapte Tedim hong tun a sawt loin Tedim gam a om ukpite leh hausate tungah: ‘Tu ni-in nong tun kei uh leh na ngawnguh ong ki-attan ding hi” cih sapna lai pia uh a, sapna lai a ngah ciangin Pu Hau Za Lian zong paipah hi. Kikhopna ah Japan mangpipa in: “Sing in a delhcip a khang thei lo kiak bangin no hong nengcip Englandte kong paihkhiatsak zo uh a, tu-in suahtakna na ngah khin uh hi. Japan kumpi in na khantohna dinguh kong sepsak dinguh hi. Hong langpang na om peuhmah uh leh na ngawnuh hong ki-attan ding hi. Na uk sung khua mite na gen unla, hong neng niam Englandte hong lut kik lohna dingin Chin Defence Army na phuan un” ci-in thu pia hi. Japan galkap makaipa in Pu Hau Za Lian samtuam in: “No nitumna gam leh England galkapte omna tawh kinai ahih manin CDA galkap na phuan pah in la, nang Southern West Commnader na sem in” ci-in thu pia hi. Tua thu piakna kizui in Sukte Gungal Nitumna lam khuate ah CDA galkap phuan kawikawi hi.

Japan kumpi in dangka lai bawl tawm hong zangin, sial, bawng, vok ak-a kipan ei khawi ngei loh ngasa na ngawn a tawi in genin mehtui, mehha kipuaksak den hi. Thusittelna bawl loin, muanmawhna bek tawh a kiman, a kithat ong tam semsem hi. Japan kumpi hong uk dan haksatna tampi hong om ciangin thuak hak lua kisa ciat ahih manin Pu Hau Za Lian in: “Bangci sep leeng Japante Tedim panin kinot khia zo ding hiam” ci-in a ngaihsut ciangin, CDA galkap a phuante sung pan mi muanhuai pawlkhat tawh thu kikup simna khat bawl uh a: “Khe khat tawi bangin mapang khawm in Japante lehdo ni” ci-in lungkimna thuciam bawl uh hi. Japan kumpi in 5.6.1944 ni-in Tedim tung dingin sam a, Pu Hau Za Lian in a vaihawm simna thu thei in sam ding hi cih upmawh ahi manin, pai loh ding na geel khin hi. Ahi zongin kikap pah leh nisuahna lamah a om sanggam u leh naute in gimna a thuak dinguh a ngaihsut ciangin bangbang hi leh kipai phot leh” ci-in pai a, Tedim a tun ciangin amah bek kisam hi loin Ukpi leh Hausa khempeuh a kisam na hi hi.

6-10.61944 ni nga sung van man tanna leh ei leh ei bangci sep leeng khangto ding cih thu kikupna ahi hi. Tua thu kikupna ah a pau a ham ngam kuamah om lo ahih manin Pu Hau Za Lian in: “Nippon Kumpi in England Kumpi khut sung pan nong suahtaksahna uh leh Tedim mite khantohna ding nong sepsak uh tam mahmah ahih manin nuam mahmah ung. Kong gen nop thu khat in: “England Kumpi tawh kipawl a, Japan kumpi hong langpan mite that un. Ahi zongin upmawh thu bek tawh a kimante, a maan leh a maan lo thu sittel sinsen masiah nong thaksak loh dinguh kong ngen hi” a cih ciangin, Vuandok Za Biak (Japan min Haster) in: “Gungal nimtumna gam a mi thumte thah dingin om a, thu a kikan lai tak hi. Guahtui tamta ding ahih manin gungal nitumna gam a om mite in thau leh sakol om khempeuh 14.6.1944 ni-in nong puak kei uh leh na ngawnuh ong kiattan ding hi” ci-in thu a pia hi.

Tua kikhopna pan a ciahuh ciangin Pu Hau Za Lian (Suangzang) Pu Thawng Za Khup (Saizang) Pu Thuam Za Mang (Mualbem) hih Ukpi 3-te in thu kikup simna khat bawl uh a: “Japan lehdo ding thukim uh a, tua ding mi a zol dingin gungal nisuahna gamah Pu Thawng Za Khup leh Pu Thuam Za Mang, gungal nitumna gamah Pa Hau Za Lian ci-in tavuan kipia uh hi. 11.6.1944 ni-in Tedim pan khua lam zuanin a ciahuh ciangin Pa Hau Za Lian in nitumna gam hausate kiangah: “Keima thu loin in thau leh sakolte Tedim a Japan kumpi tungah puak kei un” ciin vaikhak hi.

11.6.1944 ni-in Sukte gungal nitumna gam a om thau leh sakolnei teng leh khua hausa leh khua upate khempeuh samin Heilei khua ah thu kikupna khat bawluh hi. Tua thu kikupna ah Pu Hau Za Lian leh Pu Za Biak thu gente, Japan kumpi in Tedim mite a ukdan, thau leh sakol khempeuhah puak ding, cih thukhempeuh a kicingtakin a gen khituh ciangin: “Japante thahlup ding bek ngakin i om sangin hangsan takin lehdo in si lehang manphazaw lo ding hiam?” cih thu a gen ciangin a kikhawm khempeuh in Japan lehdo ding thukim pah uh hi.

Galkap Kidonna: 
14.6.1944 ni a lungkimna om bangin Pu Hau Za Lian in khua tuamtuamah Japan lehdo dingin galkap a don ciangin mi 875 ngah pah a, galkapte zat ding thau leh thautangte pen Leitawhtan a Westernn Chin Levy-te selsimte pua sim sak in a kisam laiteng Sa-ek a om Western Chin Levy makai Capt. Burne Lt. Thawng Cin Thang in pia hi. Sa-ek a om Western Chin Levyte paipih suk in, Suangzang khualu Taakzang munah phualpi sat in, Pu Ha Za Lian kaikhopte tawh galkap dan sin sak uh hi.

CDA In Taakzang Phual Simsawmna: 
Suangzang khualu Taakzangah Japnate lehdo ding galkap phualpi om cih thu Japante in a theih ciangin a sim dingin Tedim panin CDA galkap 58 pai sak uh hi. Tua thu kiza sim ahih manin Pu Hau Za Lian leh Pu Thawng Cin Thang-te in hing matin Taakzang phualpi ah amau galkap semsak hi.

CDA leh Gurkha Galkapte Belhna: Japa galkapte bawlsiatna a thuak zolo, CDA galkapte leh Gurkha galkap 60-te Tedim panin taikhia in Japante lehdo ding galkap phualpi Taakzang hong zuan uh ahih mauin Pu Hua Za Lian leh Pu Thawng Cin Thang-te in amau galkap semsak pah uh hi.

Japan Galkap Phualpi Sim Ding Ngimna: Pu Hau Za Lian leh Pu Thawng Cin Thang in guahtui kan hun November kha ciangin Tedim gam sunga om Japan galkap phualpi sim kawikawi uh a, Tedim mite Japante khut sung panin hotkhiatna dingin thu kikum dingin Sukte Gungal Nitumna la om Hausate leh Upate tawh 11.7.1944 ni-in Heilei khua ah thu kikupna khat bawl uh hi. Tua thu kikupna ah Japan galkapte Tedim gam sung panin nawhkhiatna ding thu leh a kiphuan thak Galkap min dingin: “FREE CHIN MOVEMENT” (ZO SUAKTAHNA) min phuahna thukimna nei uh hi. Free Chin Movement galkapte Pu Hau Za Lian leh Pu Thawng Cin Thang-te in za a tuamtuam pia uh hi.

1. Commander in Chief Pu Hau Za Lian (Suangzang)
2. Subedar Pu Thawng Khaw Mang (Suangzang)
3. Subedar Pu Thang Khen Thang (Heilei)
4. Jemedar Pu Cin Za Dal (Suangzang)
5. Jemedar Pu Tun Thual (Kaptel)
6. Jemedar Pu Song Theu (Kaptel)
7. Jemedar Pu Kam Khan Khup (Tuitawh)
8. Jemedar Pu Kam Khup (Laitui)
9. Jemedar Pu Sawm Pau (Muizawl)
10. Jemedar Pu Ngun Za Dal (Heilei)
11. Jemdar Pu Khoi Za Ngo (Heilei)


Hih galkap phuatna leh vaihawmna ah Pu Hau Za Lian leh Pu Thawng Cin Thang-te makai in kiphuan ahih manin, galkapna vai ah Pu Hau za Lian in makaih in, ki-ukna vai ah Pu Thawng Cin Thang in makaih hi.

Source ; Vaphual.net

SUKTE INDEPENDENT ARMY

The founder of Sukte Independent Army Pu Hau Za Lian was born in royal family clan on April 14, 1912 at Suangzang Village in Tedim Township. When he becomes 8th year old he studied at the Burmeses School 1920-1924 and continues His education at Tedim Vernacular School Standard I-VII 1924-1932. He could not continue his education, because of his father Pu Pau Za Cin as the chief of Suangzang was become old and requested to assist his father.

WESTERN CHIN LEVY ARMY

In contrast between the dictatorship policy and democratic policy, the Second World War was risen in 1939 and alliance of dictatorship policy (Germany Italy, Russia and Japan) the Japans entered in Burma in the early of 1943 and conquered all the centre land of Burma. The remain of the hill area was still in the hand of The British Government (Democratic policy alliance: England, America, and France). Then, to defend that area was formed the Eastern Kachin Levy and Western Chin Levy.

When Col. N.W. Kelly. OBE, DC called the headmen to discuss how to collect among the people for Western Levy Army and discussed three days (25-27, April 1942) with 25 persons of the chief and headmen. He promised that the twelve (12) items for the development of that area. After making agreement, the Headmen collected for to defend the authority of British. Then, to work under the tactical direction of Col. N.W. Kelly. OBE, DC, Pu Hau Za Lian was promoted as Commando Company commander and Pu Thawng Cin Thang was as Lieutenant.

THE OCCUPIED OF JAPANS

While defending two year by the Western Levy Corp, under the leadership of Chief Pum Za Mang discussed how to drive out the British from our land but Pu Lian Khaw Mang (The headman of Mualnuam) strongly opposed his proposal. However, The chief Pum Za Mang was tailed to get it as the government it self encouraged autocracy than democracy. Because of in the early February, 1943 The Japan corps conquered this land because of the secret invitation and co-cooperative involvement with the Chief of Pum Za Mang. Due to withdraw of British Army and Western Levy Army to India.

THE JAPANESE VICTORY

On the victory of that Land the Japanese centered at Tedim and Chin Defence Army was formed, a general meeting was held at Tedim Town with the Chief and headmen. General Yanagida talked to the Chief and headmen in a soft voice for about half hour. When he finished speaking, Inada translated in a very loud voice into two dozen word which means: “You the Chin Leaders must be feel this land is yours, this county belong to you from now on. You must cooperate with the Japanese Army.”

Commissioner Itoh then invited all the Chin Leaders to meet him in his office and told them that they were empowered as higher commanders in Burma-India theatre of war. Practically, nationalism crystallized when the Japanese occupied the Chin Hills and empowered the Chin Leaders in Tedim was very high in Civil and military ranks and summary powers hitherto not enjoyed by the previous government authorities. This was the reasons why Chief Pum Za Mang preferred the over lordship of the Japanese that the British over lordship that his forefathers’ conquest of land had been ceded to its surrounding territories by under the authority of the British Government.

BIRTH OF SUKTE INDEPENDENT ARMY

The Japanese held a meeting with the chiefs and headmen on 5-10 June, 1944, discussing about development issues. In that meeting Pu Hau Za Lian said to Japanese Officers that: “We are very grateful to the Nippon Government for delivering us from the reign of the British and working towards our development. I would like to request one things to you that: ‘Those who oppose and betray you, you may kill them according to the law. But please do not kill the many people who were not unjustly arrested without thorough interrogation and fair judgment” At this meeting Mr. Za Biak (Japan name was Hachita), the District Administration Officer said: “There are three people on the western side of the river waiting to be executed. People from that side must surrender all their guns and horses. Those who fail to do so will be beheaded”. The people came across the rule of Japanese was worse than the British government and acknowledged that the British cares as fatherhood.

SUKTE INDEPENDENT ARMY’ACTIVITIES

On the way back home from the meeting, Pu Hau Za Lian had secret agreement with Pu Thawng Za Khup. Pu Thuam Za Mang and Pu Pau Za Kam to fight against Japanese. Volunteers were to be recruited by Pu Thawng Za Khup and Pu Thuam Za Mang on the eastern side of the river and by Pu Hau Za Lian on the western side of the river. When Pu Hau Za Lian back to his village on June 11, 1944, he informed all the chiefs and headmen of the western side of the river not to surrender their guns and horses without his instruction.

On June 14, 1944 all the Chiefs and headmen at Heilei village. Pu Hau Za Lian re-lated to them about the meeting with the Japanes that was held the previous week. In that meeting what Mr. Za Biak said, how the Japanese treated our peoples and the order issued by the Japanese, is it not better to die fighting against them? Everyone at that meeting immediately agreed to fight against the Japanese. Soon, Pu Hau Za Lian had recruited 875 volunteers from the villages. They were issued arms and ammunition hidden by the Western Chin Levy at Leitawhtan yet by Capt. Burne and Lt. Thawng Cin Thang, leaders of the Western Chin Levy who were stationed at Sa-ek. The Western Chin Levies made headquarter at Taakzang, a place located north of Suangzang villages, and underwent military training together headquarter with the army of Pu Hau Za Lian.

When the Japanese knew about it, they dispatched 58 Chin Defense Army to crush the headquarter. Pu Hau Za Lian and Lt. Pu Thawng Cin Thang got this news and sent some soldiers from the army to ambush them at Kaptel Village. They captured all the 58 Chin Defense Army soldiers alive and made them their own soldiers.

At the same time, 60 soldiers from the Chin Defense Army and Gurkha Corps could no longer stand the ill treatments of the Japanese and deserted their Tedim Headquarters and surrendered to the Sukte Independent Army to joint in the fight against the Japanese. They were warmly welcome.

Pu Hau Za Lian and Lt. Thawng Cin Thang called a meeting at Heilei village on July 11, 1944, inviting the headmen and elders from the west river and discusses about attacking the Japanese Headquarter in November when the rainy season was over, and set the freedom from the Japanese rule. They agreed to wipe out the Japanese from the land, and name their troop the “Free Chin Movement” or “Zo Suakta”. The ranks were assigned as the follows:

1. Commander in Chief Pu Hau Za Lian (Suangzang)
2. Subedar Pu Thawng Khaw Mang (Suangzang)
3. Subedar Pu Thang Khen Thang (Heilei)
4. Jemedar Pu Cin Za Dal (Suangzang)
5. Jemedar Pu Tun Thual (Kaptel)
6. Jemedar Pu Song Theu (Kaptel)
7. Jemedar Pu Kam Khan Khup (Tuitawh)
8. Jemedar Pu Kam Khup (Laitui)
9. Jemedar Pu Sawm Pau (Muizawl)
10. Jemedar Pu Ngin Za Dal (Heilei)
11. Jemedar Pu Khoi Za Ngo (Heilei)

Pu Hau Za Lian was in charge as military affairs and Lt. Thawng Cin Thang of the administration as the whole movement had been organized under their leadership

FREE CHIN MOVEMENT TO SUKTE INDEPENDENT ARMY

A meeting of the Free Chin Movement officer and the villages headmen at Taakzang Heaquarters on September 1, 1944, Jemedar Tun That of Kaptel said that his proposal to change the name: “I propose to change the of our movement from “Free Chim Movement” to “Sukte Independent Army” after the land of Sukte on which started our movement to attack and wipe out the Japanese army. The proposal was unanimously accepted and the “Sukte Independent Army seal and decorations were approved”. The Pu Hau Za Lian said that: “Our new approval name the Sukte Independent Army refers to the land on which was born our movement. Our mission is to get rid of the Japanese army, who have been torturing, enslaving and killing our brothers. We must set free without discrimination all our land and our people. We are committed to sacrifice our lives fight our enemies and save our land and our people.

While the SIA Commander Pu Hau Za Lian was in the Laitui village during his tour, visiting the troops who were stationed as various villages, an urgent letter was sent to him by by Chief Pu Thuam Za Mang, Chief Pu Thawng Za Khup and Tedim Headquarters Pu Pau Za Kam. So he came back to learn from the letter that all the Chiefs and headmen from the Land of western and eastern gathering together with guns report at Suahlim, and Mr. Za Biak would arrive at Mualbem on September 14, 1944 to arrest them.

Therefore, Pu Hau Za Lian and Pu Thawng Cin Thang called a meeting with the SIA officers and headmen from the various villages at Taakzaang on September 7, 1944 to discuss about this letter. In the meeting they signed agreement to protect the chiefs and headmen of eastern side of the river from arrest by Japanese and that every villages should take the responsibility to provide the required number of men and materials for the battle. Then 421 guns and 17,000 bullets were distributed to the villages in to empowerment of the SIA activities.

Pu Hau Za Lian-Commander in Chief of SIA and Pu Thawng Cin Thang of the Western Chin Levy led the troops from Taakzang Headquarters on September 8, 1944 encamped at Suklui valley along the Manipur river. It took three days for all the troops to get eastern side of the river of the river as they have to cross it by hanging on suspended rope. Then they encamped again at the place called Belmual that was rather close to Mualbem village. When they got the information that Mr. Za Biak had arrived at Mualbem with 15 Japanese and 30 Chin Defense soldiers, the SIA soldiers left their camp Belmual at the midnight and surrounded Mualbem. Theu had planed to attack at dawn, but somebody let loose the gun at midnight and the fight began right away. The SIA killed on Japanese soldier and captured Mr. Za Biak and otheres alive. From the SIA side, Pu Phawng Kim of Suangzang village was killed and Pu Ngo Nang, Vial Lang, Pu Hau Khual and Pu Khai Za Khup were wounded.

After capturing Mualbem, the SIA opened its headquarter at the Chief Pun Thuam Za Mang house on the morning of September 15, 1944 and sent words to all people and Chin Defense Army soldiers from various village to surrender. “Then many CDA officers from the various Japanese comps came to surrender unconditionally at the SIA headquaters. They included Pu Pau Kam and Pu Lam Zam from the Limkhai village camp, Pu Kiam Piu from the Vangteh village camp, Pu Vum Khaw Hau, Pu Thian Pum and Pu Awn Ngin from Lawibual Headquarters and Pu Gin Khaw Thang, Pu Gin Za Tuang, Pu Vung Suan and Pu Pau Za Kam from the Suahlim village camp”. Since they were all young and educated, ranks and duties were immediately assigned to them as appropriate.

The Sukte Independent Army leaders continued traveling to villages around Mualbem to recruite soldiers, bring along whatever weapons they had. They were assigned ranks and duties in the Sukte Independent Army and equipped with the necessary weapons. The Sukte Independent Army increased in number and strength. Now, they were enough troops to attack the various enemy camps and headquarters in that land. The Japanese camps at Saizang, Khuavum, Takheuh, Sialtu, Khualumual, Thangngal, Zawngkong, Suahlim, Suangatkuam, Phunom, Thangnuai and Sakhiang were completely eliminated. At the same time as the Japanese in the surrounding villages of the Tedim town were fought by the Sukte Independent Army and Western Levy. On the other hand, the camps in stationed in the Kam Hau land were also attack and driven off from Lamzang, Gawngmual and other villages by the local people using their own weapons.

END OF SUKTE INDEPENDENT ARMY

After the elimination all the Japanese camps and heaaquarters in Tedim Township by The Sukte Independent Army and western Chin Levy under the leadership of Pu Hau Za Lian and Pu Thawng Cin Thang, a big celebration was held on November 27, 1944 at the Thuamvum (Forewhite). On that memorable day, Lieutenant Colonel Warren and Major Franklin from the 5th Division of British Army greeted the Sukte Independent Army commander in Chief Pu Hau Za Lian, Western Chin Levy leader Lieutenant Pu Thawng Cin Thang and all the respective officers at Thang Mual (Forwhite) with respect and admiration. In his official address, Major Franklin said that: “The 5th Division of the British Army came to fight the Japanese army and expel them from India and Burma. However, even before we arrived, the Sukte Independent Army and Western Chin Levy, out of you love for your land and your people, sacrifice your life, making use whatever weapon and ration you have, had driven away the Japanese army from your land. We acknowledge your victory with great appreciation. We will continue to pursue the remaining Japanese army in the Burmese proper. You can return to villages and families now”. By hearing the message from the Major Franklin, the Sukte Independent Army soldiers and the Western Chin Levies, returned to their villages and families with great pride and celebrated their victory even the name Sukte Independent Army is forgetting, name as their personal names, village’s names and their clan names with their own folks happily.


The commander in Chief of Sukte Independent Army Pu Hau Za Lian and the Western Chin Levy leader Lieutenant Pu Thawng Cin Thang presented their respective members with certificate of appreciation according ti their performance.

Source - Yongmizo.

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