NLA resolves to work unitedly in facilitating Indo-Naga political negotiations

Sit across the table for the conclusion of the political negotiation that is honourable, inclusive and acceptable to the people as “one solution” without any further delay.

On the fourth day of the seventh session of the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly, it was decided that it will endorse and reiterate all the past resolutions of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly on the Indo-Naga political issue, and resolved to work unitedly in facilitating the Indo- Naga political negotiations, a DIPR report said. 

The House appreciated “the continued efforts” made by the Government of the Union of India to resolve the Indo- Naga political issue through peaceful means by upholding the Naga political talks. 

Further, the House acknowledged and appreciated the efforts made by all “Naga political groups”, political parties, civil society organizations, the churches and NGOs towards finding a peaceful resolution of the Indo- Naga political issue, the report also said.

It then appealed all to come together for the larger interest of the Naga people. It also urged the Government of the Union of India and the “Naga political groups” to sit across the table for the conclusion of the political negotiation that is honourable, inclusive and acceptable to the people as “one solution” without any further delay.  

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