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NNC/FGN adopts 3-point resolutions

Nagaland News

Dimapur, February 9: The NNC/FGN led by Brig. (Retd) S Singnya and Senka Ao expressed concern that even after a lapse of more than two years “of satisfactorily concluding the talks”, the Indo-Naga final agreement has still not been inked “by the two entities”.
In a press release issued on Wednesday the group expressed hope that the talks were not “merely political gimmicks to gain political mileage by the Government in power at Delhi” and reminded the Centre that “too much procrastination may not serve any purpose; rather it may be detrimental for all concerned”.
This was one of the 3-point resolutions adopted during its “high-level meeting” held at Dimapur on February 8, it stated.
According to the group, divisions and divisive forces have no place in the pursuit of the Naga aspirations. “The Naga dream has to be pursued united with more vigorously and only unity can lead to the building of a strong nation. Territorial divisions are insignificant and should not be hinder our goal. The NNC/FGN unanimously resolved to stand united against all odds and pursue the Naga cause with one voice”, it stated.
Also, the group appealed to all the Nagas to provide shelter and humanitarian aids to the displaced Myanmar Nagas who have been forced to flee from Myanmar to other Naga inhabited areas.
“The NNC/FGN feels that it is the bounden duty of all right thinking Nagas to give refuge and help to our Naga brethren who have crossed the Myanmar borders and are now in different parts of the Naga-inhabited areas in search of sanctuary ever since the military junta seized power through a coup on February 1,” it added.
(Page News Service)