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Naga Hoho meets "NSCN/GPRN"

Members of Naga Hoho, UNC and KU with ‘GPRN/NSCN’ functionaries led by Ato kilonser Kitovi Zhimomi (4th left) and Kilo kilonser Azheto Chophy (2nd left).
DIMAPUR, OCT 4 (NPN):
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Published on 5 Oct. 2008 12:43 AM IST
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In the quest for peace, reconciliation and unification among all sections of the Naga society, the Naga Hoho finally got an invitation from the ‘NSCN/GPRN’ and met with the outfit’s leaders at Mon on September 19 last. Naga Hoho in a press release issued by general secretary P Chuba Ozukum termed the meeting as a stepping-stone for the Naga Hoho to renew the vision of working towards reconciliation and unification particularly among different Naga warring groups. The Naga Hoho delegation comprising of eleven members headed by president and general secretary including United Naga Council (UNC) of Manipur met with ‘NSCN/GPRN’ functionaries led by Ato Kilonser Kitovi and Kilo Kilonser Azheto Chopy. The Hoho said inevitably, as the Naga way of solving traditional conflict, there was exchange of views and passing of few unpalatable words to one another during the first part of the deliberation. Nevertheless, both the Ato Kilonser and Kilo Kilonser positively stated that “there will be no ending if we start searching for each other’s mistake and therefore we must unite before it is too late,” the release said. The Hoho also said another statement made by Ato Kilonser that “there is no medicine to stop killings among Naga brothers except unity,” was quite refreshing. Konyak Union (KU) president who also attended the meeting, boldly appealed to both the collective leadership of NSCN (I-M) and (K) to; apologize before Naga Hoho in regards to banning of Sumi Hoho and Western Sumi Hoho, revoke/ withdraw quit notice to Tangkhuls, and withdraw the statement for excluding Naga Civil Societies when the Unification group was formed in November 2007.

 
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