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FNR disappointed over factions’ conduct
Published on 27 Nov. 2008 12:34 AM IST
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Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) has acknowledged the spirit and will of the Naga political groups which have made it possible for a constructive headway to reconcile amongst them on the basis of the historical and political rights of the Nagas towards a peaceful political solution. FNR in a statement however expressed disappointment with the “emerging accusations, counter-accusations, provocative language and the ‘arrest’ of cadres between the Naga political groups”. FNR pointed out that such action were not in the interest of the Naga people and that it threatened to undo the painstaking progress that has been made. “These acts are unacceptable to the Naga Reconciliation Process and constitute a breach of mutual trust”, it added. FNR called for immediate end to all negative and destructive confrontation taking place among the Naga political groups and to release the “arrested cadres” unharmed on humanitarian grounds in the name of the Naga reconciliation process. It further urged the leaders of the Naga political groups to exhibit statesmanship by constructively building upon the progress that has been made in the journey to Naga Reconciliation.

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