Kohima: Addressing the eleventh session of the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) on Saturday, Governor Jagdish Mukhi echoed the people’s voice in seeking an early settlement to the protracted Naga political issue.
“I hear and echo the voice of the people of the State for an early settlement of the Naga Political Issue, which continues to take centre stage in our minds and hearts,” the governor said.
Mukhi assured the state government is making every endeavour as a facilitator to ensure all negotiating parties can appreciate each other’s position and arrive at a solution that is honourable, acceptable and inclusive.
The governor also highlighted the March 6 consultative meeting with tribal bodies, civil society organisations, faith-based organisations, women organisations, student bodies, prominent personalities of the state along with the political parties and legislators where a resolution was adopted, reiterating the Naga peoples’ yearning for an early political solution.
He then expressed his confidence saying that with the deepest concern being shown by everyone, the “long-cherished solution will soon become a reality and a new era of peace and prosperity will begin in the state.”
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