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Cabinet welcomes ‘Sept. Summit’
Published on 22 Sep. 2010 12:27 AM IST
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State cabinet has welcomed the joint statement of the top leaders of the NSCN (I-M), NSCN (K) and NNC on September 18.
According to state chief minister Neiphiu Rio, the cabinet in its meeting held at Kohima on Tuesday welcomed the signing of the commitment by the leaders to reconcile based on the historical and political rights of the Nagas, and their agreement for cessation of all hostilities including territorial expansion against each other. Rio said this was a major step towards the achievement of unity, understanding and oneness among all sections of Naga society, which was the desire of all Nagas. He said that the DAN government, as an active facilitator continued to support the ‘Journey of Common Hope’ aimed at bringing about understanding and unity in the Naga society which would pave the way for achievement of lasting peace.
The chief minister said that the cabinet also extended appreciation to the civil societies, Naga Hoho and all other tribal hohos, Churches, NGOs and mass based organisations and FNR for their tireless efforts towards reconciliation and oneness of Naga society. Further, the cabinet appealed to the various groups and organisations to remain steadfast in their commitments and not allow any factor to destroy the hard earned peace that have been achieved through the collective efforts of the Naga people.
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Tangkhul Hoho, Nagaland and Garo civil bodies have lauded and welcomed the outcome of the highest level summit, held September 18, between the top leaders of three Naga political groups viz. the FGN/NNC, GPRN/NSCN and NSCN (I-M).
In a statement, the Tangkhul Hoho, Nagaland termed September summit as God given opportunity to strengthen the process of reconciliation. The Hoho also expressed gratitude to FNR for their “unreserved efforts” despite enumerable hurdles on their journey.
In another joint statement, the Nagaland Garo Tribal Council (NGTC), Garo Students’ Union Nagaland Zone (GSUNZ) and Garo Mothers’ Association Nagaland (GMAN) said the success of “September summit” was indeed a landmark development and God’s blessing towards bringing about permanent peace in Nagaland.
The Garo bodies have also expressed gratitude to FNR and the leaders of Naga political groups for making the summit meaningful.

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