NNPGs meet with ULFA counterparts
Dimapur, Feb. 4 (EMN): The working committee of Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) met with leaders of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) in Guwahati on Tuesday.
According to a joint press release from the two groups, they “exchanged views and opinions in a frank and transparent manner and also deliberated on certain crucial issues pertaining to ongoing political dialogues”.
The working committee appreciated the peace process between ULFA and New Delhi and hoped for an early inclusive agreement fulfilling the aspiration of the Indigenous people of Assam.
“The ULFA acknowledged the political negotiations between WC, NNPGs and GOI as a practical-oriented approach towards resolving the nearly century-old political conflict. The two sides also agreed to pursue people-to-people dialogue, cultural exchanges and maintain the age-old brotherhood and peaceful co-existence between the two peoples in order to resolve all issues affecting the two communities at large,” the statement read.
They also agreed to have constant interactions and ensure continuity of the dialogue process—maintaining, preserving and promoting fraternal relationship in the days to come.