Three ‘Naga political groups’ pledge to work for settlement
DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 29
Reposing faith in each other, three ‘Naga political groups’ – GPRN/NSCN, NNC and FGN – have issued a joint statement on Saturday declaring to work closely and facilitate each other in finding acceptable political settlement with the government of India.
The joint statement was issued by Gen. (retd) Khole Konyak, chairman, NSCN, N Kitovi Zhimomi, general secretary, NSCN, Z Royim Yimchungru, acting president, NNC, Vizosielhou Nagi, general secretary, NNC, Zhopra Vero, kedallo, FGN, for Brig. (retd) S Singnya, kedahge, FGN and TS Keyho, vice president, NNC.
Having observed the political developments within and beyond artificial boundary, the three Naga political groups said, the people of Nagaland desire honourable political settlement with the government of India. “This is the practical step towards forming stronger ties among entire Naga family,” they stated.
The leaders of the three ‘Naga political groups’, in pursuance of the common political vision, also affirmed that they are bound by common history despite differed ideological and administrative positions.
“Our differences should not compromise our political right and therefore, upholding the spirit of Naga unity, we are determined to understand each other because in the interest of our future Naga generations must be safeguarded at all cost and therefore, we repose our faith in each other and pledge that we shall work closely and facilitate each other in finding acceptable political settlement with the GOI,” the joint statement signed at the council headquarters of the GPRN/NSCN said. The joint statement also urged the people of Nagaland to continue to extend fullest support and cooperation.