Kohima: Following the Naga People’s Front (NPF) party’s recent decision to join the ruling party to form an opposition-less government, the party officially reiterated its stand on Monday.
NPF legislature party Secretary Dr Chumben Murry, through a communique said that the party’s recent decision to support the concept of an Opposition-less Government in the State “without any pre-condition”.
He said that the NPF has placed “no demand whatsoever before the incumbent PDA Government”.
Adding that the Naga people have been praying for unity among the 60 MLAs in the state to facilitate the Indo-Naga peace process, the party urged all Naga negotiating groups to come together and create a common ground to remove all kinds of confusion among the Nagas and the Centre.
“The good intention of NPF legislature party should not be misconstrued because the sole reason and purpose in supporting the formation of an Opposition-less Government is to pursue for an early resolution and settlement of the protracted Naga Political Issue,” it added.
Further, it requested to all the Naga negotiating groups and the Central Government and all political parties to be sincere in their approach while handling the ongoing situation. The party added that the ongoing Indo-Naga peace process must be concluded at the earliest.
The statement was made by the party to clear doubts and confusions prevailing among some Political Parties and individuals following the party’s recent decision.
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