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Naga Hoho accuses Indian government of making false promises on Naga political issue

By EMN Updated: Jan 07, 2023 5:24 pm

Dimapur, Jan. 7 (EMN): The Naga Hoho has questioned the sincerity of the BJP-led Indian government in solving the Naga political issue, saying that it has failed to address the wish of the Naga people for a lasting settlement as committed in its slogan “Election for solution” during the run-up to the 2018 Nagaland Assembly election.

In a press statement, the Naga Hoho recalled that the prime minister of India had given 18 months to bring Indo-Naga political solution after assuming the top office in 2014 but the settlement is not announced even after more than eight years of power at the Centre.

“The GoI is well aware that more than twenty five years has gone ever since the signing of Indo-Naga cease-fire with the objectives for finding out Indo-Naga political settlement,” it stated.

“Apparently, the Naga peace Accord which is believed to be at its final stage and likely to culminate anytime, seems to be never ending political negotiations. Very disgustingly, India has employed the colonial policy of further divides and fragmentation of the Naga people despite recognition of Naga political problem as unique situation and history,” it added.

While maintaining that the ‘Framework Agreement” signed on August 3, 2015, has “turned into a dark history”, the Naga Hoho also accused the Centre of wielding draconian laws and easing the Naga people with false promises.

By EMN Updated: Jan 07, 2023 5:24:33 pm
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