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APO stand on Muivah’s journey
DIMAPUR, JUN 22 (NPN):
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Published on 23 Jun. 2010 12:45 AM IST
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Angami Public Organisation (APO) has sought to present its “perception and conviction” in the context of NSCN (I-M) general secretary, Th. Muivah’s visit to Angami area. APO president, Kekhriengulie Linyu and general secretary, Keneingunyu Sekhose said, the APO, after careful review of the situation locally and in the wider Naga homeland has come to the few conclusions. It said that the Angamis as with all other tribes were clear that the wounds and hurts sustained within the Naga family have damaged relationships among Nagas too excessively to be treated lightly. The APO felt that the wounds must be addressed at a level deep enough and healed so that the health of the society might be restored and the politics cleansed and made worthy of trust and confidence. It noted that to go into such sensitive process would take time and therefore prior proper ground work would be needed. The APO said the right time must be worked out and that Angamis could be depended upon to play their part towards achieving the needed healing and reconciliation. The APO said it, however, believed that the prior need for the Nagas at this juncture was for the top leadership of all the Naga national groups to sit down and transparently thrash out the specific/precise terms for political negotiation with government of India to achieve an honourable, acceptable settlement of the “Indo-Naga” Political issue that would last. APO said this strategy would open the door to real reconciliation, healing and unity to make the settlement work. The Angami organization said it would be an honour for the Angamis to host such a historic event if required to do so. “This is the stand of the Angamis with regard to all the groups of the Naga national workers,” APO said.

 
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