Dimapur, April 23: NSCN (IM) general secretary, Th Muivah and other senior leaders of the NSCN (IM) have returned to Nagaland from New Delhi as the Covid-19 situation in New Delhi worsens.
Sources said the NSCN leader arrived Dimapur by chartered flight on Thursday and proceeded to Camp Hebron in a state-owned helicopter arranged by the Nagaland Government.
With the top leaderships of NSCN (IM) returning back to Nagaland, the ongoing talks between the Government of India and the NSCN (IM) has once again halted and will resume only after the Covid-19 situation improves in the national capital.
The Naga peace process was stalled for quite some time after the Union Government submitted a proposal, including conditional use of Naga flag, to the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN).
However, sources had earlier told Nagaland Page that the two negotiating parties would resume talks in May to break the impasse. The Central Government has already placed its proposal before the NSCN (Isak-Muivah) to resolve the issue and sign the agreement.
According to sources, 8 members including Th Muivah and Tongmeth arrived by the chartered flight from New Delhi. They are likely to stay back in Nagaland till the situation improves, sources informed. (Page News Service)