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Naga underground groups, FNR meet
DIMAPUR, JUL 22 (NPN):
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Published on 23 Jul. 2009 12:34 AM IST
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After the “Covenant of Reconciliation” was signed by the NSCN (I-M), chairman, Isak Chishi Swu, GPRN/NSCN, chairman S S Khaplang and FGN, ‘Kedahge’ (president) ‘’Brig (Retd)’’ S Singnyu, during the reconciliation meet at Chiangmai from June 1-8, various leaders of the three Naga political groups again met in Dimapur on Wednesday exhibiting the growing spirit of accommodation and mutual respect for one another. A press statement issued by the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) said leaders of the Naga political groups during their meeting at Hotel Saramati Dimapur affirmed to continue restraining offensive activities in the spirit of the “Covenant of Reconciliation.” The FNR urged the Naga political parties to be vigilant of anti-social elements in the Naga society and to continue to reciprocate one another, by releasing all political prisoners along with their belongings, at the earliest. The Naga political groups also agreed to deter from publishing “provocative” statements in the media. The FNR, which is spearheading the Naga reconciliation efforts said that the signatories of the Covenant of Reconciliation had agreed to delegate permanent team members (Joint Functional Consortium/Working Group) led by a team leader, in all the subsequent meetings with authorization from the respective government’s highest authority to accelerate the task ahead of the Nagas. Meanwhile, the FNR extended gratitude to the Naga political parties for their cooperation and to the public for their untiring support and affirmed its commitment to Naga reconciliation. It may be mentioned that the three top leaders of the Naga political groups in the “Covenant of Reconciliation” had affirmed to “offer ourselves to Naga Reconciliation and Forgiveness based on the historical and political rights of the Nagas …. in the spirit of love, non-violence, peace and respect to resolve outstanding issues.”

 
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