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GPRN/NSCN on PM-Muivah talks
Dimapur, Feb 25(NPN):
Published on 26 Feb. 2010 12:52 AM IST
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Close on the heels of the proposed meeting between prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh and NSCN(I-M)general secretary Th.Muivah sometime in April,the GPRN/NSCN has conveyed a message to the government of India, that it has no objections to such talks with NSCN(I-M) leader Th.Muivah since the talks were “merely a bilateral meeting between two parties and not a political talk between GOI and the Nagas”. In a statement, the GPRN/NSCN through its MIP asserted that the Naga issue “shall be solved by the Nagas themselves only after Reconciliation and Unity is achieved in Nagaland”. Stating that as the position of the Nagas was “firm and clear” discussions between Manmohan Singh and Th.Muivah on the Naga political issue would be “premature and unwise”. It said though Th.Muivah has every right to seek solutions to “social problems and other issues in Ukhrul district and other Naga inhabited areas of Manipur state, solution to the Indo-Naga-Burma political problem shall be the sole prerogative of the Naga people at a right opportune time.” The GPRN/NSCN further said if New Delhi was willing to solve the Naga political issue, then “ it should check the ground reality in Nagaland through its many agencies and realise who truly represents the Nagas.” It said a composite dialogue was taking place among various sections of society to bring about “genuine reconciliation among Nagas” and added, that it was for the government of India to decide on making the choice “between the Naga people and a single faction.”

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