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PDA resolves to continue with the JLF

Nagaland News

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 5: The People’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) today deliberated on the proposal of the Leader of Opposition in his letter addressed to the Chief Minister on November 2 last.
In a meeting held at Chief Minister’s residential complex, the house observed that since the formation of the Joint Legislators Forum (JLF) in 2009, the Forum has been successfully playing the role of active facilitator in the Indo-Naga peace process therefore there is no requirement to discontinue the JLF at this crucial and late juncture. The House reiterated the Resolution of the PDA, dated August 20, 2020, wherein the House resolved to continue with the JLF.
The House reiterated the appeal of the Government of India, through the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, to the NPF to rejoin the JLF and also to endorse the Resolutions of the Consultative Meeting of October 15, 2020, which was conveyed to the Leader of Opposition on October 20, 2020, at New Delhi, in the presence of Chief Minister and NEDA Convenor, Himata Biswa Sarma.
According to a press release from the CMO, the PDA congratulated the State Government on the successful conduct of the Consultative Meeting on the Naga Political Issue held on October 15, 2020, at the State Banquet Hall, Kohima. The House extended its appreciation to all the Tribal Hohos, Civil Society Organizations, Church Bodies, Political Parties, NGOs, stakeholders and individuals who attended and participated in the meeting making it successful and historic.
The House welcomed and endorsed the resolutions of the Consultative Meeting held on October 15, 2020 and supported the 7-point resolutions, which were unanimously adopted by the Consultative Meeting.
The House also congratulated the State Government, the Election Department, the Administration and Police, Tribal Hohos, NGOs and all sections who positively contributed towards the conduct of peaceful and successful bye-elections in two Assembly constituencies of 14 Southern Angami I and 60 Pungro-Kiphire A/C. The House further congratulated the electorate of the constituencies for positively participating in the election and strengthening democracy in the grassroots.
The meeting was attended by elected Members of the PDA, PDA Coordination Committee Members, and Chairpersons of PSUs.
(Page News Service)