Nagaland Govt committed not to come in way of agreement: Guv on peace talks
Governor of Nagaland La Ganesan

Kohima: Nagaland Governor La Ganesan on Tuesday reiterated the need to resolve the Naga Political Issue (NPI) at the earliest time possible.

Addressing the state Assembly session for the first time, the new governor said “My Government will be pro-active and continue playing the role of a sincere and active facilitator for strengthening the ongoing peace process for bringing an early solution. We remain committed of not coming in the way of an agreement that is arrived at through the peace process, that is honourable, acceptable, and inclusive”.

The Governor said that the new government commences has a clear vision to bring about positive change, progressive development and all around inclusive economic growth, and is mindful of the long- standing unresolved Naga Political Issue.

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The issue, he said, has impacted all spheres of the society, and created hurdles, especially to the economy and the progress of the State. 

Due to the unique challenges and constraints created by the decades-long unresolved Political Issue, he observed that the state has not been able to fully grow and realize the fullest potential. 

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“In some way or the other, the smooth march of the State on the path of development and prosperity has been affected,” he said. 

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