Indo-Naga problem is because of India’s aggression of Nagaland: NNC/FGN

Indo-Naga problem is because of  India’s aggression of Nagaland: NNC/FGN
FGN president Gen (retd.) Viyalie Metha and NNC president Adino Phizo along with others during the 64th Nagaland republic day celebration
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Kohima, March 22: The Naga National Council and Federal Government of Nagaland (NNC/FGN) on Friday asserted that the ongoing Indo-Naga problem is because of India’s aggression of Nagaland.
Stating this during his address during the 64th Naga Republic Day celebrated at Transit Peace Camp here in presence of NNC president, Adino Phizo, the FGN president ‘general retired’ Viyalie Metha said “sooner or later India must withdraw her occupational forces from Nagaland… the sooner this is done the better it will be for India”.
On the part of FGN, Metha said the FGN upholds the Ceasefire Agreement made with the Government of India which was signed between the two governments in 1964 with the aim and purpose to find an honourable solution for both the parties concerned within the spirit of the ceasefire agreement.
NNC is a political organization of Naga people, active from the late 1940s under the leadership of A Z Phizo. Though it is under ceasefire with the GoI, they are not holding any direct talks with the Central government for solution to the decades old Naga political issue.
The occasion was marked by cultural presentation by Zeliangrong region and presentation of awards.
Chaired by Deputy Chaplee Kilonser Zehonol Tetso the programme commenced with Rev Dr Vevo Phesao reading the scripture and pronouncing prayer while closing prayer was offered by FGN chaplain Col. Withonang. (Full Text of Gen Metha’s speech)
(Page News Service)