Breaking News
Nagaland Post Logo
You are here:  Skip Navigation LinksHome » Show story
JPWC to meet Naga leaders
Published on 30 Mar. 2010 12:29 AM IST
Print  Text Size

Joint Parliamentary Working Committee (JPWC) of the 11th NLA, in a meeting held at the committee room of assembly secretariat March 29, has adopted a series of resolutions including the decision to meet all the different Naga leaders for consultation to find “a common Naga voice.” A resolution signed by NLA speaker Kiyanilie Peseyie, state chief minister Neiphiu Rio and leader of opposition Tokheho, which was forwarded to the press from NLA secretariat, also welcomed the renewed efforts of the UPA government and the NSCN in resuming “Indo-Naga political dialogue” while urging upon the negotiating parties to expedite the ongoing negotiation in order to bring about a “political solution” that was “honourable and acceptable” to the people. The working group also reiterated its commitment to make all efforts to create conditions that would be conducive to the peace process, and also to support the dialogue in “our collective endeavour to bring lasting peace to our land and its people.” Also, lauding the signing of “Covenant of Reconciliation” by underground groups, under the platform, the JPWC appealed to all groups to stay true to the spirit and letter of the covenant by stopping violence and fratricidal killings. It further appealed for unity so as to facilitate “early resolution of the Naga political issue.”

Comments:(0) Login or Register to post your Comment
(Available for registered users only)
More News