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NDPP appeals to negotiating parties to expedite Naga solution

KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 23: The Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), reiterating its stands for an early resolution to the decades old Naga Political Issue today, appealed to all negotiating parties to expedite the ongoing negotiations and bring an early solution that is democratic, honorable and acceptable to the people.
The NDPP made the appeal through an 8-point resolution unanimously adopted during its 4th General Convention held here.


The NDPP, appreciating the Government of India and all Naga negotiation parties for resuming the ongoing Indo-Naga political talks that had been stalled for some time, reiterated its stands for an early resolution to the decades old Indo-Naga political issue and further appealed to all negotiating parties to expedite the ongoing negotiations and bring an early solution that is democratic, honorable and acceptable to the people.
The NDPP welcomed the formation of the opposition-less United Democratic Alliance (UDA) in the spirit of encouraging the Naga national Political Groups to unite and come as one to bring about a common solution to the Indo-Naga issue. It reaffirmed its support to the UDA in its role as an active facilitator in the on-going peace process.
The NDPP called upon all sections of the people to come together under the spirit of unity, brotherhood and oneness to work towards strengthening the ongoing peace talks so that all stakeholders contribute towards an early conclusion to the negotiations.
The NDPP conveying to support the desire of the Naga people to live as one also reiterated its support for the integration of all contiguous Naga areas under a single administrative unit.
The NDPP urged the State Government to consider positive reforms that will enable economic growth, create employment opportunities, attract external investment, enhance tourism potentials and promote brand Nagaland in a progressive manner to the national and international community.
Considering the agrarian status of Nagaland, the NDPP appealed to the State Government to consider and institute a flagship programme for the State’s framers.
The NDPP also requested the State Government to continue its exercise in ensuring the empowerment of the State’s youth and the student community by creating conducive job opportunities and providing employment based on meritocracy.


While standing up for regionalism, the Party affirmed to make all efforts in positively contributing towards the nation building process and taking Nagaland into the global forum to achieve our declared aspiration of “change is coming” under its unstinted motto of Facta non Verba.
The resolution moved by NDPP working president Nuzota Swuro was unanimously adopted by the general conference. It was also appended by Minister G Kaito Aye, secretary general Abu Metha and spokesperson Merentoshi R Jamir.
(Page News Service)

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