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Parliamentary Core Committee may pressure NPGs to come together for ‘one solution’

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By Reyivolü Rhakho Updated: Aug 02, 2021 10:54 pm

Our Correspondent
Kohima, Aug 2 (EMN):
Member Secretary of the Parliamentary Core Committee on Naga Political Issue, Neiba Kronu has said that the committee might put more pressure on negotiating parties (Naga Political Groups) to come together for “one solution”.

Kronu, who is also the minister of Planning & Coordination, Land Revenue and Parliamentary Affairs, told journalists after the core committee’s meeting which was held at State Banquet Hall in Kohima, on Monday.

“We want to bring both the negotiating parties together once again–for one solution and one agreement- that everybody has agreed,” Kronu said.

He added that unlike before, the committee might “give more pressure to the negotiating parties”, as ‘time is running out and unless action is taken fast, it will be more in hurry next year’.

He said that the committee also discussed on the five-point resolution that was adopted during their first meeting on July 9 and that it would be taken up for further discussion on the floor of the Assembly. He added that first day of the monsoon session (Aug. 3) ‘would be purely on Naga political issue’.

It was informed that all the members of the committee, including MP KG Kenye attended the meeting, except Lok Sabha MP Tokheho Yepthomi who is in Delhi for the ongoing Parliament session.

Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, deputy CM Y Patton, co- convenors and all the political parties including Independents were said to have shared their opinions at the meeting.

While the core committee is yet to have an official sitting with the civil society organisations, everybody wants the negotiating parties to come together and talk with the government of India. Whenever state leaders meet with central leaders on Naga political issue, they express desire for negotiating parties to come together, Kronu added.

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By Reyivolü Rhakho Updated: Aug 02, 2021 10:54:44 pm
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