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Solution to Naga issue at its final stage: NSCN (I-M)

DIMAPUR: NSCN (I-M) has asserted that the “Indo-Naga political conflict” spanning over seven decades and which was “undoubtedly the longest such problem” in the South East Asia was now “at last on the verge of coming through a final solution.”

In a press release, MIP stated that there was “a paradigm shift to the approach by the Indian leaders then and now resulting to understanding and viewing at the problem from the perspective of both sides.”

It stated that appreciation of the difficulties of the opposite party has brought the two sides closer than ever. MIP said solution could be brought about only when reality was admitted and mutual respect prevailed upon imposition of others will.

NSCN (I-M) pointed out that there had been “drastic positive change in the Indo-Naga peace process” after Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over the rein. 

NSCN (I-M) said the serious and sincere effort given by both sides have resulted into the signing of August 3, 2015 Frame Work Agreement, upon which, it said “the final solution is being worked out.”

“The NSCN and the Naga people highly appreciate the government of India for recognising the sovereign rights of the Nagas through the Frame Work Agreement,” MIP said.

As every round of talks progresses positively towards the final solution, MIP said in one of the reasoned round of talks held with government of India on August 19, 2016 in New Delhi, Eustar Chishi Swu, steering executive member, the wife of chairman late Isak Chishi Swu, participated for the first time.

NSCN (I-M) said it has a high hope that under the leadership of Narendra Modi and R.N. Ravi, interlocutor GoI and the collective leadership, its members and the talk team of NSCN would “apply its best wisdom to resolve the issue which is acceptable and honourable to both parties at the earliest.”

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