Kohima: The United Democratic Alliance (UDA), Nagaland’s opposition-less government, has hailed the resumption of talks between the Centre and the Naga negotiating groups.
A resolution was passed in this regard at the first meeting of the UDA, held at the State Banquet Hall here on Tuesday, after its formation last month.
“The House appreciated the resumption of talks and the decision of the Naga political groups to resume the peace process by proceeding to New Delhi for the continuation of the negotiation process,” stated the resolution.
The resolution was signed by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, Deputy CM Y Patton, NPF leader TR Zeliang, NDPP president Chigwang Konyak, BJP state president Temjen Imna Along and NPF working president Huska Sumi.
The UDA resolved to make every possible effort to play the role of an active facilitator towards the peace process and the ongoing negotiations.
Meanwhile, a senior legislator said the UDA members have decided to call on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other central leaders, for which Chief Minister Rio would seek an appointment at the earliest.
The UDA also decided that through the core committee on the NPI, it would be meeting the Working Committee of Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) by the end of this month.
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