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Naga issue expected to be resolved during Modi’s Govt: Wangtin

Nagaland News

Dimapur, March 21: President of NSCN/GPRN (Reformation), Y Wangtin Naga today said that the present peace process between GoI-NSCN(IM) and GoI-NNPG/WC moved positively edging to the final agreement.

In his 42nd Naga Republic Day speech, Wangtin said the ray of hope is dawning and it is expected that during Narendra Modi’s government and the Centre, the long standing Naga issue will be resolved.
He appealed to all the Nagas to come together by burying all minor differences for the common good.
Earlier, saluting the leaders and Naga Armies who laid their lives for the nation, Wangtin said the fight was too hard for the Naga people, yet they fought bravely in all situations for decades and saved the Naga nation from the deadly jaws of mighty India and Burma.
He said the first ceasefire between India and Nagas in early 1960s broke, causing heavy battles between the two, followed by several failed accords. The second ceasefire was necessitated in 1997 and 2001 bringing political balance and recognition of each other’s positions, he said adding this understanding of each other’s political situation, the political dialogue took its shape. (Page News Service)