Kohima: Following a crucial consultative meeting on Wednesday, the state government along with civil society organizations and tribal bodies, reiterated that the Naga people are yearning for an early resolution to the long pending political issue.
A resolution adopted stated “The negotiating parties should earnestly heed this call and arrive at a political solution that is honorable, inclusive, transparent, and acceptable to the people”.
The meeting at the state banquet hall in Kohima was held between the state government and stakeholders, including mass-based civil societies, church organisations, tribal hohos, political parties and other non-governmental organizations.
During the meeting, it was appealed to all negotiating parties to make renewed efforts towards unity and work towards “One Solution and One Agreement“.
While the Working Committee (WC) of the NNPGs said the subject of Naga political issue is best left to GoI and Naga negotiators, minister Neiba Kronu said that as stakeholders, the state government will continue to be facilitators as the people want early solution.
He informed that Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio along with deputy CM Y Patton and chairman of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) will be leaving for Delhi on Thursday to meet with Union Home minister Amit Shah.
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