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Longon on Tuensang ‘tripartite talks’

By EMN Updated: Feb 26, 2015 12:23 am

KOHIMA, February 25

Eastern Nagaland Legislatures’ Union (ENLU) is hopeful that the ‘tripartite talks’ proposed to be held among representatives of Chang, Yimchunger tribes and the State Government will be fruitful and led to a durable and lasting solution between the two tribes in Tuensang district. Talking to NEPS here Wednesday, Minister for Health and Family Welfare P Longon disclosed that representatives from both the conflicting Chang and Yimchunger tribes in Tuensang areas had expressed their willingness to the proposal of having a ‘tripartite talks’ with the state government to find a tangible solution between them in Tuensang. He said ENLU had welcomed the proposal of such ‘tripartite talks’ and sincerely confident that it would bring peaceful and durable solution to the issue.
Stating that ‘dialogue’ is the only means to solve all the issues, the senior DAN Minister from Tuensang district lauded the two tribes for showing their maturity to agreeing to have the ‘tripartite talks’ for a peaceful, meaningful, tangible, sustainable and lasting solution to the issue.
Appealing to both the tribes to create conducive environment before the ‘tripartite talks,’ Longon also urged the people in the district to extend their sincere cooperation to the government to help maintain law and order in the areas so as to enable the parties to have the ‘tripartite talks’ in secure and peaceful environment.

By EMN Updated: Feb 26, 2015 12:23:11 am