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Naga talks gets boost, govt determined to conclude peace process asap

Naga talks gets boost, govt determined to conclude peace process asap

Nirendra Dev

New Delhi, Oct 18 (UNI) The Naga peace process got a major fillip and inched ahead on Friday when Nagaland Governor R N Ravi, also the chief interlocutor, held a crucial meeting with major stakeholders and civil society leaders at Kohima.

"Respecting the Naga people's wishes, the government of India is determined to conclude the peace process without delay," a statement from the office of the Interlocutor of the peace parleys said.

The statement said, "Endless negotiations under the shadow of gun is not acceptable" and asserted that that the Government of India expects all negotiating parties to heed the will of the people, and facilitate conclusion of the Naga Peace Process within the "stipulated time".

However, the statement slammed a potent Naga group of "procrastinating attitude to delay the settlement".

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