Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and Naga Students’ Union, Delhi (NSUD) protesting for a early, honourable and inclusive solution to the ‘Naga peace talks’ in New Delhi Credit: File image

Kohima: Ahead of the 2023 Assembly polls in Nagaland, the state’s opposition-less government is set to make it’s “last push” to the Naga peace talks.

Chairman of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) TR Zeliang on Wednesday reiterated the purpose behind the formation of an all-party alliance. 

He said that as all 60 legislators of the state have united to form an opposition-less government, they strive to give the “last push” before this Christmas. 

Zeliang, who was appointed as the UDA Chairman on Tuesday during a joint parliamentary meeting in Kohima, said he was grateful to Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio for appointing him to head the alliance. 

The mega alliance was formed last year as political parties resolved to stand together towards achieving the goal of an acceptable settlement to the ongoing Naga political talks. 

Notably, for the purpose of actively facilitating the “Naga political issue” towards achieving inclusive, acceptable and honorable solution, as committed by the parties in its manifesto, the political parties had shared the aim to promote the Naga peace talks with positive approach in the greater interest of achieving peace and to move forward under a positive environment that is conducive towards finding a political solution.

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