Kohima: Following the signing of the ceasefire agreement between the Government of India (GoI) and NSCN-K Niki Sumi group in September this year, the Centre’s representative for Naga peace talks AK Mishra and the group met in Delhi for the first time.
The NSCN-K Niki Sumi group entered into Ceasefire with the Government of India (GoI) in September this year. The agreement was inked for a period of one year.
The group informed that during the meeting, the team led by Niki Sumi and Starson Lamkang Naga conveyed its commitment to peace.
The group also apprised Mishra that the ceasefire was revived with the Centre heeding to the clarion call of the Nagas for peace and inclusive and amicable political solution as per the wishes and aspirations of the Naga people.
Being a “separate entity” in the Naga peace process, the group informed that it has reiterated its stand to Mishra that it would not impede the Naga peace talks as long as it is the Naga people’s desire for an inclusive and amicable political solution.
“Naga people’s aspirations and wishes will be the guiding principle and objective of NSCN/GPRN,” it informed.
Following the group’s visit to Delhi last week, a series of meetings have been held with Mishra. The group is likely to return to Nagaland this week.
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