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MPs at NSUD meet

MP Lok Sabha C.M. Chang (2nd from L) and MP Rajya Sabha Khekiho Zhimomi (3rd from L) along with other Naga members at the NSUD initiated press conference in New Delhi, Thursday (NP)
Special Correspondent NEW DELHI, MAY 13 (NPN):
Published on 14 May. 2010 1:25 AM IST
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Rajya Sabha MP, Khekiho Zhimomi today said Muivah, who had been going through a struggle of arms for more than 50 years, has realized that arm confrontation was not the answer to the political solution.
He was speaking at the press conference, organized by Naga students’ union Delhi (NSUD) in connection with May 6 Mao incident, at Press Council of India premises, Raisina road, New Delhi.
“Unless a mutual agreement is concluded between the government of India and the national workers then only would there be a solution”, Khekiho said.
The MP also pointed out that sovereignty and territorial integrity of north east would maintain ‘status-quo’, and that was the stand spelled out by centre.
Commenting on “Indo-Naga” talks, Khekiho expressed hoped centre would apply wisdom and deliver justice to Nagas, even if it was late.
Briefing the media, student activist Wilson Kayina highlighted incident May 6 Mao gate incident.
Another research student from Delhi University Dolly Kikon emphasized that media must familiarize themselves with the sequence of incidents that took place and not to resort to falsified reports.
Lok Sabha MP, C.M Chang, Delhi based mediapersons, from both print and electronic media, student bodies of Manipur and Nagaland, democratic student’s union (DSU), Naga People’s Movement for Human Rights (NPMHR) Delhi and other organizations from northeast also attended the press conference.

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