Nagas in Delhi holds demonstration: calls for a Third-Party intervention in the Indo-Naga-Myanmar conflict

New Delhi: A peaceful demonstration was conducted at Kartavya Path, near the Rashtrapati Bhawan,
by concerned Nagas from all walks of life in Delhi on Thursday spearheaded by the Naga Student’s Union, Delhi (NSUD).

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According to NSUD press release, the demonstrations at Kartavya Path calls for the attention of prominent international organizations, including the United Nations (UN), and European Union (EU), and powerful states, including the United States, Germany, China, and the United Kingdom, etc. to intervene in the Indo-Naga conflict. The demonstration took place on March 2, 2023, during the G-20 Foreign Ministers Meeting in Delhi.

The Naga people, one of the indigenous communities in the northeast region of India and North-Western region of Myanmar, have been fighting for their self-determination and sovereignty for over 70 years, said the press release.

It pointed out that the ongoing conflict between the Nagas and the Indian government and Myanmar government has resulted in the loss of thousands of lives, the displacement of millions, and a severe impact on the socio-economic development of the region.

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NSUD expressing the need for a peaceful resolution, and in the light of the prolonged conflict and the lack of progress, said that the Naga people residing in Delhi in the demonstration called for a third-party intervention to help resolve the protracted Indo-Naga conflict. “The Naga people believe that a neutral third-party mediator could provide an unbiased platform for negotiations between the Indian government and the Naga leaders, leading to a sustainable peace agreement,” it said.

Furthermore, as per NSUD, “The Naga people remain hopeful that their call for third-party intervention will be heeded, and that a just and lasting solution will be reached that ensures their rights and aspirations are respected.”

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