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Muivah goes to Delhi for talks
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, APR 15 (NPN)
Published on 16 Apr. 2010 12:35 AM IST
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A five-member team of NSCN (I-M) led by its general secretary Th. Muivah left for New Delhi on Thursday for the upcoming talks with the central government, which is likely to be held this weekend. The other four team members include “kilo kilonser” Rh. Raising, “kilonser” Angnaikham, steering committee secretary Imcha and steering committee member V. Makritsü.
Speaking to media persons before his departure, the “ato kilonser” (prime minister) of the NSCN/GPRN said he met several NGOs during his stay at Hebron. He said various NGOs and tribal organizations extended support to the ongoing peace process and Naga national cause. Muivah also said the talks with the government of India will be held either on April 17 or 18. Asked when is he expected to return back, the NSCN(I-M) leader said it was “too early to talk about that”.
Muivah will be staying in the national capital for about a week or more, a senior functionary of the NSCN (IM) said from its headquarters at Hebron, about 35 km from Dimapur. “I can say that he is holding talks with representatives of the Government of India for two to three days, but I cannot disclose anything about the dates of the talks,” the NSCN (IM) functionary told a national news daily over the telephone.
It may be mentioned that the Muivah had arrived Dimapur on March 18 from New Delhi after holding talks with the central government leaders.

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