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UT GPRN/NSCN-IM supports Naga solution based on FA

Dimapur, September 28: The Union Territory (UT), GPRN/NSCN has reaffirmed unflinching support to the stand of NSCN (IM) that Indo-Naga political solution should be based on Framework Agreement signed between the Government of India (Gol) and the NSCN on 3d August, 2015 in presence of Indian Prime Minister.
In a press release, caretaker CAO, UT, Kikheto Chishi and secretary John M. Yim reiterated the UT’s strong support to the ongoing peace process under the collective leadership of Q Tuccu, president, Tongmath Wangnao, vice president and Th. Muivah, ato kilonser who is also the NSCN’s chief negotiator.
“We stand that recognising the identity and unique history of the Nagas is recognising the Naga’s flag and Yehzabo (Constitution) and that any solution to Naga political problem without flag and Ychzabo will be a repetition of past agreements which cannot bring permanent peace,” it said.
The release urged the Gol to exercise political will to solve the Indo- Naga political conflict based on the Framework Agreement and Naga national flag and Yehzabo must form part of the final agreement.
Wancho Region: The Wancho Region has reiterated its stand to support Naga solution base on the Framework Agreement and expressed solidarity to stand by the organization’s demand for recognition of Naga flag and Yehzabo (Naga constitution) as part of the Naga solution and thereby qualify the solution as honorable and acceptable.
Caretaker CAO Wanham Wangsa and region secretary Khampai Wangsa urged the Government of India to exercise political maturity, respecting the historical and political rights of the Naga people.
Ao Region: The NSCN/GPRN Ao Region it its meeting held on September 26 has unanimously reaffirmed to support the 3rd August 2015 Framework Agreement and declared that non solution shall be honourable or acceptable without the Naga national flag and Yehzabo (constitution), informed a release issued by CAO Ao Region, P Lima Kichu and region secretary N Tia Jamir.
(Page News Service)