Minister Awangbow Newmai urges Nagas to wake up for new era

"We are entering into a new era, no longer should Nagas be asleep. The picture of cock in the NPF’s flag symbolizes itself that it is time to wake up."

If there is respect for each other’s right, there will be peace in the society, Awangbow Newmai, Minister, Forest & Environment, Sericulture and Climate Change, President of Naga People’s Front (NPF) Manipur State unit said.

While citing out the importance of NPF and why the party has been initiated, Forest Minister also said that NPF provided a platform for all the communities where people could openly share their views and grievances, while addressing One-day Political Conference of Naga Peoples Front in Eden Hill, Tamenglong HQ organised by NPF Tamenglong Division.

“We are entering into a new era, no longer should Nagas be asleep. The picture of cock in the NPF’s flag symbolizes itself that it is time to wake up”, and added “it is not by wars and bloodshed that we will triumph, Minister said.

The minister further narrated how NPF party was formed to protect and preserve the unique identity, culture, rights and history of Naga people. He also reminded that both Naga and India had already agreed to conclude the aged-old Indo-Naga Political talks with amicable, acceptable and permanent solution.

In his welcome notes, Khangthuanang Panmei, Vice-President, NPF, MSU said that NPF would continue to give unflinching support to the on-going Indo-Naga Political talk. The main objective of today’s programme was to disclose the importance of NPF in the Naga issued, he said.

He also mentioned that such kind of programme was conducted in Ukhrul, Churachandpur and Chandel in recent past.

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