Acharya appeals all for a respectable solution


KOHIMA, Aug 29 (NEPS): Nagaland Governor PB Acharya said now was the time to work together for a “permanent peace in Nagaland” and further added that all this positive development started after the signing of the “Framework agreement with NSCN-IM and Government of India.”

In a Kohima Raj Bhavan statement issued on Monday, the Governor stated that under dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a resolving the protracted Naga political issue. He appealed all the political parties, NGOs, Students’ Organizations and Civil Society to take a “positive transparent step” for meeting the different concerned group leaders to interact for a “positive dialogue and for a respectable solution.”

“All the political parties in a democracy, NGOs and Civil Organizations have to open up their mind and retrospect what they are doing at this crucial hour to bring all the groups to a negotiating table,” he said. “Our action should be transparent to win the confidence of the people of Nagaland.”

Acharya also mentioned that they had to show their “capacity and sincerity” to convince all the concerned group leaders to have dialogue with Central Government for a permanent solution of Nagaland problem. “The Civil Society, Naga Political Groups and NGOs have to express themselves unanimously for a respectful solution,” he added.

“Let us hope that the ongoing visit of President of Myanmar, U Htin Kyaw will surely help the NSCN (K) group to bring to the table for talks,” he said and further congratulated the Konyak Union (KU) for their “sincere appeal and efforts to bring NSCN (K) to Ceasefire agreement with the Central Government.”

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