Liangmai Naga Baptist Association praying for success of Naga peace talks

LNBA said, inspite of the “artificial” boundaries, it is important for “Naga brethren to hold on together in one spirit”.

Liangmai Naga Baptist Association, Manipur (LNBA-M), while appealing to the Nagas to “to hold on together in one spirit,” said that churches under the Association have been “fervently” praying for the success of the Naga peace talks.

LNBA said, inspite of the “artificial” boundaries, it is important for “Naga brethren to hold on together in one spirit”.

The Liangmai body then narrated on how Nagas have come this far fighting for their dignity. LNBA said that the Naga journey has been full of trials and hardship.

LNBA then mentioned about the recognition of the “unique history of the Nagas” by the Government of India. It also mentioned the signing of the Framework Agreement on August 3, 2015. It then expressed hope that, “solution” to the Naga political issue is not far off.

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LNBA then appealed to the Government of India to exhibit political will in order to bring “honourable solution” to the Naga political issue.

The Liangmai body then prayed, “May the Lord, with His wisdom, continue to guide our Chief Negotiator, Th Muivah, the Ato Kilonser” in the peace talks.

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