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NPCC alleges consultative meet resolutions adopted in its absence

Nagaland News

DIMAPUR, MARCH 9: The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has alleged that the resolutions of the consultative meeting held today in the State Banquet Hall, Kohima, were adopted in its absence.
“The resolutions of the Consultative Meeting on 9th March 2022 at the State Banquet Hall, Kohima, were adopted in our absence. Hon’ble Chief Minister himself said we do not need any Resolution to which we also agreed”, said NPCC president K Therie in a press release.
On the Naga peace process, Therie said the NPCC stated in the meeting that there are two official agreements between GoI and Naga National workers namely the Framework Agreement and the Agreed Position and after over 20 years of negotiations, the issues of sovereignty and integration were dropped.
“Therefore, the Nagaland State Government can only press for implementation of the agreement which will impact the people of Nagaland and that is the Working Committee’s Agreement or the Agreed Position. Thus, the 60 Members who have come together for political solution should press for implementation of the said Agreement”, he said.
“We cannot decide for other States since the issue of integration is no more. Even if we decide, they will not agree and if they decide for us, even we may not agree. Therefore, the 60 MLAs should concentrate on the welfare of the Nagaland State people they represent”, the release said.
As for ULB elections, the NPPC said it has no objection and have agreed to implement the Supreme Court order with some amendments.
(Page News Service)