Kohima: The Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) on Thursday urged the Government of India (GOI) and Naga political groups to “sit across the table for the conclusion” of the ongoing political negotiation.
The state Assembly through a resolution urged for “One Solution” that is honourable, inclusive and acceptable to the people without any delay.
This is one of the four-point resolution that was adopted by the State Assembly moved by Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio. It was seconded by Opposition leader TR Zeliang on Thursday during the ongoing Assembly session in Kohima.
The house also endorsed all past resolutions of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly on the Indo-Naga political issue and resolved to work unitedly in facilitating the Indo-Naga political negotiations.
It also appreciated the continued efforts made by the Government of the Union of India to resolve the Indo-Naga political issue through peaceful means and for acknowledging the unique history and identity of the Nagas by upholding the Naga political talks.
The House also acknowledged and appreciated the efforts made by all Naga political groups, political parties, civil society organisations, the Churches and NGOs towards finding a peaceful resolution of the Indo-Naga political issue.
Further, it appealed to all to continue working towards strengthening Naga unity and come together in the spirit of oneness for the larger interest of the Naga people.
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