‘Indo-Naga peace talk in different level today, CM Biren’s leadership has ushered Peace and Harmony in Manipur’: MLA Losii Dikho

Senapati, Dec 14: Attending the 3rd State Level Barak Festival 2022 at Khabung Karong as functional president along with chief minister N. Biren Singh, ministers, MLAs and galaxies of high profile dignitaries, Mao A/C MLA Losii Dikho categorically stated the contribution of chief minister Biren leadership in ushering peace in Manipur which has created huge impact in resolving the long pending Indo-Naga Peace issue.

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Former PHED minister Losii Dikho while acknowledging CM Biren stated, “Naga people, let us be serious, we have been struggling for 70 years. We have been facing problems, confusion and misunderstandings which we cannot be discussed together. But today, the situation is different.”

“Nagas are thankful to Th. Muivah and prime minister Narendra Modi for taking the peace process to another level with constant negotiations and creating a congenial atmosphere to resume the peace talks,” minister Dikho added.

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The minister further said, “Back in Manipur, after CM Biren led government took over in 2017; he started the ‘Go to Hills’ and reached every part of the hills districts and many villages thereby established bridges amongst different communities of our state. Manipur is one of the most peaceful states in the country today. CM Biren in his first visit to Senapati district as chief minister in 2017 during the public reception openly acknowledged the contribution of NSCN-IM leader Th. Muivah in the peace process. In order to bring peace and negotiations, Biren is the first chief minister from the whole of Northeast region to speak boldly and clearly on Naga issues. Therefore we should all acknowledge such leadership to bring permanent peace in our region.

(Courtesy: Hills Hornbill Express)

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