United Democratic Alliance (UDA) first meeting held on Tuesday at Chief Minister’s Residence Complex at 11 AM adopted four resolutions by the House signed by chief minister Neiphiu Rio, deputy chief minister Yanthungo Patton, NPF Legislature Party leader TR Zeliang, NDPP president Chingwang Konyak, state BJP president Temjen Imna Along and NPF working president Huska Yepthomi.
The House in the resolution stated it appreciated the serious commitment of the government of India towards Indo-Naga Peace Process and welcomed the positive steps taken by the GoI on matters related to the ongoing dialogue, including the appointment of a single person as interlocutor with all the negotiating parties.
UDA resolution lauded the resumption of talks and the decision of the Naga political groups to resume the peace process by proceeding to New Delhi for the continuation of the negotiation process.
The House acknowledged the desire and feelings of the Naga people expressed through consultative meetings and resolutions calling for an early, honorable, acceptable and inclusive solution.
It also stated it upholds the resolutions of the civil societies, the Nagaland Legislative Assembly and the series of consultative meetings and appealed the negotiating parties to respond to the cry of the people and bring the protracted Indo-Naga political issue to its logical conclusion at the earliest time possible.
The House resolved to make every possible effort to play the role of active facilitator towards the peace process and the ongoing negotiations, appealed all sections to continue to work towards unity, reconciliation and oneness in order to prepare a positive landing ground for the long awaited solution.
The opposition-less government in Nagaland under UDA is formed by the 59 MLAs of the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), BJP and Naga People’s Front (NPF) and two Independent legislators in the 60 member Nagaland Legislative Assembly.