Young and old need to seriously deliberate on Naga political issue, says Medo Yhokha
Nagaland Chief Minister says there was some displeasure among the negotiating parties in the Naga political talk
Kohima, March 27 (EMN): Advisor for Technical Education and Election, Medo Yhokha on Saturday stressed on the need for both young and old to seriously deliberate on the Naga political issue, which is not about one person or organisation but ‘belongs to all’.
“Whether we will get a good result—the solution to Naga political issue—an easy one or a hard one, we should be united,” he urged.
The advisor was speaking at the inaugural function of the 46th biennial general conference of the Northern Angami Students’ Union at Botsa village.
“What kind of package will come? Will it come in a positive package? Will whatever comes bring a social upheaval or a tribal upheaval?” he queried and urged for oneness whatever the situation may be.
He urged the elders to seriously deliberate on their stand for the welfare of the upcoming generation.
The youngsters must not only endorse what the elders say but also discuss about what is right for the people, he said.
He appealed to the Northern Angami Public Organisation not to ‘remain silent’ but join the discussion for the people’s welfare as stakeholders.
Further, he urged the Angamis to have “one voice”.
Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio had told reporters on Friday that there was some displeasure or reaction among the negotiating parties in the Naga political talk. ‘However, I feel that we can find a solution if we discuss carefully,’ he added.