The first meeting of the recently formed Parliamentary Core Committee of Naga Political Issue was held today at Rhododendron Hall, Chumuokedima in Dimapur.
The meeting was chaired by Neiba Kronu, Member Secretary, Core Committee, also Minister for Planning and Coordination, Land Revenue and Parliamentary Affairs.
As per the meeting, five resolutions were adopted in today’s meeting.
The Core Committee appealed the parties involved in the Indo-Naga Political dialogue to resume the Peace Talk with a positive approach of mutual respect for each other by setting aside pre-conditions in the greater interest of the people’s cry for long term peace and in order to move forward under a positive environment that is conducive to finding a political solution at the earliest time possible.
It appealed to all Naga Political Groups to make serious efforts towards unity and reconciliation. The constant antagonism against each other, especially in public space and Media is sending out wrong message to the masses considering the fact that we are all pursuing the same aspiration of peace and political solution. Taking the positive example set by the elected members of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly, who have risen above Party affiliations to unite for the Naga Political Issue, the Naga Political Groups should make concerted efforts and listen to the voice of the people for unity and oneness.
The Core Committee while appreciating the constant role and contributions of the Churches, Civil Societies and NGOs towards facilitating peace and strengthening the peace process, appealed to the Civil Societies, mass based Organizations and Tribal Hohos to make renewed efforts towards creating a conducive atmosphere for early realization of a political solution by pursuing unity, reconciliation and oneness.
All Members of the Core Committee and the Parliamentary Committee on Naga Political Issue, including the two Members of Parliament, have come together under the same banner in line with the election manifestos of all Political Parties and commit to the same people that the elected members are prepared to pave the way as and when an inclusive, honorable and acceptable solution is arrived at.
The Core Committee on behalf of the Parliamentary Committee on Naga political issue appealed to the Naga negotiating groups to come together in order to hammer out their differences and create a common approach for One Solution and One Agreement.