Assam CM holds closed-door meeting with NSCN-IM in Dimapur
On September 20, Mishra had a meeting with NSCN-IM chief Thuingaleng Muivah and after the meet, leader of the group R Raising had said that it would futile to sign any agreement if their demands for a separate flag and constitution aren’t met.
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma held a closed-door meeting with representatives of National Socialist Council of Nagaland – Isak Muivah (NSCN-IM) in Dimapur on Tuesday.
"…At Dimapur today, we held a discussion with NCSN (IM) representatives in presence of Nagaland HCM Sri @Neiphiu_Rio about the ongoing peace talks with GoI. We are all keen that the ongoing Peace Talks fructify into concrete results soon…,” tweeted Sarma.
According to reports, Sarma landed in Dimapur at around 12:30 and went to Chief Minister of Nagaland Neiphiu Rio’s residence in town. Later, they both went to the meeting. After the meeting, Sarma also met with Information Bureau special director AK Mishra and state Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders.
On September 20, Mishra had a meeting with NSCN-IM chief Thuingaleng Muivah and after the meet, leader of the group R Raising had said that it would be futile to sign any agreement if their demands for a separate flag and constitution aren’t met.
Sarma also discussed the current political scenario in Nagaland with Chief Minister Neihiu Rio after the opposition parties too became part of the government.
"…I also discussed the political scenario in Nagaland with HCM as well the upcoming Nagaland Assembly elections, and @NEDAIndia role in it," tweeted Sarma.
Notably, NSCN-IM is holding talks with political leaders for the first time since it started the negotiations with the centre in 1997.
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