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Naga Hoho acknowledges ban lift on Sumi Hoho
Published on 5 Jul. 2010 12:12 AM IST
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Stating that it was “perturbed” over the banning of Sumi Hoho and Western Sumi Hoho by the NSCN (I-M), the Naga Hoho on Sunday said it was “extremely happy” at the lifting of the ban. “We strongly believe that such gesture shall surely strengthen the reconciliation and peace process simultaneously in days to come,” the Naga Hoho said in a statement released here.
Naga Hoho president, Keviletuo Kiewhuo and general secretary P. Chuba said it had on July 31, 2008 stated that whatever the motive might be, banning of organizations or imposition of one’s will upon others would further aggravate the human relationship and requested both the parties to trash out the differences by sitting across the table in the interest of common Naga people.
The Hoho said it was put in an awkward position towards strengthening the hands of Naga Hoho as visualized earlier owing to non-cooperation from both the parties for almost two years.
The Hoho acknowledged the revocation of the ban on Sumi Hoho without any condition.
It fervently appealed to all political groups/ organizations to revoke all forms of ex-communication/ ban on any community/ individuals if such cases still persisted unaddressed so as to ensure the spirit of genuine reconciliation among the Naga families.

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