Centre, Naga rebels urged to arrive at ‘logical’ solution
By migrator | Sat, 9 Nov 2019
Kohima, Nov 9
Nagaland's opposition Naga People's Front (NPF) on Friday appealed to both the Central government and Naga insurgents to arrive at a "logical, acceptable and honourable" solution to the decades-old Naga insurgency.
Governor R.N. Ravi, who is also the Centre's interlocutor for the ongoing talks with various warring Naga rebel groups – the National Socialist Council of Nagalim-Isak Muivah (NSCN-IM) and seven Naga National Political Groups (various Naga insurgent factions) – had said discussions to finalise the Naga accord continue, and the NSCN-IM had come on board.
"The NPF has appealed both the Indian government and the Naga negotiators to give space to each other by understanding each other difficulties and arrive to a logical, acceptable and honourable conclusion keeping in mind of the complex situation of the region and the world at large," the NPF statement said.
The NPF reiterated that the top most priority of the party's is to work and assist in any possible manner on any approach for a peaceful solution of the "Indo-Naga" political issue.