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NNC okays Naga platform
Published on 25 Jul. 2009 12:39 AM IST
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Standing out from the group of those opposing the Naga Common Platform, the Naga National Council (Parent Body) has welcomed the Platform to work with complete neutrality and inclusively with all the Nagas, though it said that their works was yet to be seen. The NNC on the other hand sidelined the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) on the grounds that the Forum was engaged in partial reconciliation with two-three groups leaving behind the rest. The NNC alleged that the FNR was working for Naga reconciliation only with NSCN (I-M), NSCN-K and FGN which it described as “exclusive and incomplete.” “The NNC will never support the body or NGOs who work partially and exclusively,” stated a statement issued by Yilow Lotha, Central Executive Council member NNC. Lotha said the NNC did not anymore believe that the works of FNR for Naga reconciliation was “as if completed.” The NNC said it would welcome and support any concerned body of NGOs or even state body who would genuinely work for the Naga reconciliation inclusive of all the Nagas with genuine stand of neutrality. Lotha also said the NNC worked and stood for genuine Naga reconciliation as the very stand and resolution of NNC after its fragmentation which birthed the FGN in 1980. It however lamented that the parent body (NNC) was always sidelined and neglected even after many years of hard work for the Naga peace & unity which was the main focus and basic policy to bring peace and freedom in the “Homeland.” “But the NNC will always welcome the genuine and neutral body who will work inclusive with all the Nagas in the affairs of Naga reconciliation,” it reiterated.

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