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NSCN (IM) meets with Kachari, Garo and Gorkha for ‘consultation’

By EMN Updated: Jan 08, 2018 10:50 pm

Dimapur, Jan. 8 (EMN): The armed group NSCN (IM) has informed about what it called an ‘intensive’ consultative meeting with community leaders of the Dimasa Kachari, Mech Kachari, Garo and Gorkha of Nagaland on Mon. at Singrijan village local ground. The group informed about the event in a press release that issued by the NSCN / GPRN “ministry of information and publicity” on Mon.
The group is said to have been led by NSCN/GPRN “kilo kilonser” Hukavi Yepthomi, “longvibu” of “Naga army” Anthony Shimray, and ‘political commissar’ to the collective leadership of the organization, among others, the press release stated.
During the meeting, it was stated, the communities were ‘briefed’ about the current political scenario and “the beauty of frame work agreement that encompass the legitimate rights and safeguard the historical rights of the Nagas.”
“The kilo kilonser and longvibu Naga army has been tirelessly reaching out to the Naga people on the line of changed political situations following signing the Framework Agreement between the Naga leaders and the GoI,” the MIP claimed.
“The main sectors in present state of Nagaland have become more familiar with the advancement of the peace process and also understood the environment of manifestation of misgiving as relentlessly propagated by certain section of our own people to further confuse the truth with fake,” the press release asserted.
Further, the group claimed that their ‘main priority’ was to convey “correct information on perspectives that guarantee accomplishment of what has been achieved in such sustained and forward move after putting a framework in place.”
The meeting, it was claimed, ‘unanimously resolved to support the framework agreement for earliest solution and not election.’

By EMN Updated: Jan 08, 2018 10:50:00 pm
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