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NPF slams remark
Published on 23 May. 2010 12:42 AM IST
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In a sharp reaction to the remarks made by seven political parties of Manipur accusing Nagaland government of acting as a “frontal outfit” of NSCN (I-M) and interfering in internal affairs of another federal state, the Naga people’s Front (NPF) today described it as “outright exposure of their utter ignorance”.
Stating that Nagaland government, even under given unfortunate situation made all efforts and played a “colour blind role” to uphold rights and values of the people, the press bureau of the NPF, in a note, said Manipur government’s response to government of Nagaland’s efforts and appeals to jointly work towards building up a social and political order fell on deaf ears.
Also, pointing out that the meeting of seven political parties of Manipur, chaired by Radhabinod Koijam, exposed “very immature, short sighted and narrow political view points,” the NPF said it was unbecoming of any political party or leader.
Defending DAN coalition government of Nagaland of being a facilitator of “Indo-Naga peace process”, the party bureau said state government has been steadfastly working to usher in permanent peace.
Corroborating its statement, the NPF said Naga consultative meet, held March 5 to 7, 2009 in Kohima, attended by all factions, civil societies, political parties and Nagas from all over, was one glaring example. It also stated that NPF led DAN coalition government has always kept the government of India informed on every related efforts in search for permanent peace.

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