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Nagaland legislators’ Forum appeals for peace

Kohima Nov 14 (UNI) The Joint Legislators Forum (JLF) of Nagaland has appealed to all the underground factions and all Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) to sit across the negotiating table to bury all differences for the greater interest of the Naga people and appealed to all other groups, who are not on board, to join the peace process.
A press statement issued by Nagaland Legislative Assembly Secretariat Secretary K. Sekhose informed that the Joint Legislators’ Forum of Nagaland and both Member of Parliament representing Nagaland have discussed the Naga Political Issue at the Rhododendron Hall in the Police Complex at Chumoukedima, near Dimapur, where it appealed the people of neighbouring states to extend all possible cooperation so that the Indo-Naga peace process can conclude in a successful manner that will in turn enable peace and stability in the entire region.
The meeting of the Forum further reiterated the August 7 last resolution and appealed to all stakeholders, negotiating parties (Working Committee of seven NNPGs and NSCN (I-M), Hohos, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), churches and people, to foster a spirit of unity and oneness to facilitate the eventual solution to the protracted Naga political issue that was honourable, acceptable and recognised the uniqueness of the history of Naga people.
The meeting appreciated Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Nagaland Governor and Centre’s interlocutor R N Ravi for having brought the talks this far. JLF also welcomed the proactive role played by mass-based organisations, tribal Hohos, NGOs, churches and CSOs for making all-out efforts to create a congenial atmosphere for ensuring that the talks were headed towards a positive direction.
The meeting further assured that JLF would continue to play the role of an active facilitator and extend all possible cooperation to ensure that the peace process was successfully concluded with the realisation of a political solution that was honourable and acceptable to the people, the statement said.
UNI AS KK
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