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NDPP urges Centre, Manipur government to bring peace at earliest

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By Reyivolü Rhakho Updated: Sep 16, 2023 9:24 pm
Neiphiu Rio released the NDPP’s video documentary titled ‘The People’s Voice’ during the party’s general body meeting
NDPP urges Centre, Manipur government to bring peace at earliest
Neiphiu Rio releasing the NDPP’s video documentary titled ‘The People’s Voice’ during the party’s general body meeting at State Banquet Hall, Kohima, on Saturday.  (EM images)

DIMAPUR — The Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), in its first general body meeting following the successful state assembly elections 2023, held on Saturday in Kohima, adopted and passed resolutions including the Naga political issue and conflict in Manipur.

“The house reiterates its support for the early resolution of the Indo-Naga political issue that is honourable and acceptable to the people. The house once again appeals to all the negotiating parties in the Indo-Naga political talks, especially the Government of India, to urgently expedite the process of bringing about a final settlement to the vexed Indo-Naga political issue that is honourable, inclusive and acceptable to all sections and stakeholders,” the party stated.

The party also appealed to the people of Manipur and both the central and Manipur governments to bring an end to the “ongoing imbroglio, put a stop to the violence that has gripped the entire state for the last four months and bring about normalcy and peace at the earliest.”

The NDPP welcomed and appreciated the members of the 14th NLA for the decisions taken on the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) and the Forest Conservation Act (FCA) in the recently concluded second session. The party also congratulated the chief minister and the party leadership for giving tickets to two women candidates, enabling Salhoutuonuo Kruse and Hekani Jakhalu to become the first women representatives to NLA in the history of the State.

The party also resolves to work tirelessly in achieving its slogan taking Nagaland “Towards a state of excellence” and appealed to the people for their continued support towards achieving it.

Earlier, NDPP president Chingwang Konyak, in his address, urged the party workers to have the conviction to join the party and accept the ideologies of the party.

NDPP secretary general Abu Metha gave the secretary’s report. General Election Report 2023 was released by Chingwang Konyak and the chief minister released a documentary film of the party titled ‘The People’s Voice.’

Legislators from other political parties including NPP, NCP, NPF, LJP, RPI, JDU and Independents MLA also attended the meeting. YM Humtsoe of NCP, NPP president A Nyamnyei Konyak and NPF Legislature Party Leader, Kuzholuzo Nienu, who also spoke on the occasion, assured their support to the government of the day.

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