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JD(U) supports solution to Indo-Naga issue

By EMN Updated: Sep 04, 2022 9:46 pm
JD (U) officials from Nagaland with Nitish Kumar and Rajiv Ranjan in Patna on September 4.

Dimapur, Sep. 4 (EMN): The Janata Dal United (JD-U) led by the chief minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, has assured all possible supports toward finding a permanent solution to the Indo-Naga political issue.

The assurance to this effect was made to the state JD (U) delegation during a meeting with the chief minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, and the national JD (U) president and MP, Rajiv Ranjan alias Lalanji, in Patna on September 4, an update from the party stated on Sunday.

The Nagaland JD (U) delegation was led by its general secretary, Kitoho S Rotokha, intending candidate from 5 Ghaspani II AC; state JD (U) general secretary, Imsumongba Pongen; state executive member and intending candidate from 41 Tizit AC, Hatpha Wangnao; and president of Wokha unit, Abenthung.

The delegates, while congratulating Nitish on his 8th stint as the chief minister of Bihar and had recently formed a greater alliance (Mahaghatbandhan) with six other political parties including RJD, Congress, INC, HAM, CPI (M) etc, wished him good health and wisdom as he endeavours to unify non-opposition parties to take on BJP in the forthcoming 2024 general election.

The delegates also apprised him of on the Indo-Naga peace process vis-à-vis impending solution to which Nitish Kumar reiterated the party’s support in whatever way possible.

The delegate also discussed at length on the strategy and preparation of the party for the ensuing 2023 Nagaland Legislative Assembly election in the event it takes place as scheduled and assured to fight against all odds to fulfill Election Commission of India criteria to get its party register as national party.

It further affirmed to work towards fulfilling the aspiration of regional parties to topple the BJP-led NDA government and enable its leaders to lead the nation.

By EMN Updated: Sep 04, 2022 9:46:05 pm