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NPF for honourable, acceptable & inclusive Naga political solution

Nagaland News

KOHIMA, OCTOBER 21: The Naga People’s Front (NPF) today re-affirmed its stand for an honourable, acceptable and inclusive solution to the protracted Naga Political Issue while also calling upon the Naga people to be conscious of the political history and work cohesively towards achieving the goal through peaceful means.
NPF made the reaffirmation during its general convention-cum-61st Foundation Day celebration at Capital Cultural Hall here with party functionaries from Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh as part of it.
“The Convention, while re-affirming its earlier resolutions for an honourable, acceptable and inclusive solution to the protracted Naga Political Issue, calls upon the Naga people to be conscious of our Political history and work cohesively towards achieving our goal through peaceful means”, they resolved.
The NPF also thanked all its well wishers across the length and breadth of the contiguous Naga inhabited areas and beyond for their unceasing support to the NPF through thick and thin and appeal to support even in the days to come.
Meanwhile, the convention acknowledged the contributions of Dr. Shürhozelie Liezietsu, the outgoing President of the NPF for the sacrifices made for the Party for the past 50 plus years.
It also upheld the leadership of Kuzhulozo Azo Nienu as the Leader of the NPF Legislature Party.
The convention endorsed the decision of the Central Election Board in selecting a new team of Central Office Bearers and Central Frontals for the tenure 2024 2028 and resolved to work with Party discipline under the new President as enshrined in Party Constitution.
The NPF extended its appreciation to the NPF of Manipur State Unit for its constant support rendered to the Central Office in particular and to the party in general.
The resolution presented before the convention by NPF general secretary and member secretary Resolution Committee, Akho Leyri was unanimously adopted by raising hands.
(Page News Service)

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