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TPO supports Naga reconciliation process
Correspondent KOHIMA, Oct 15(NPN):
Published on 16 Oct. 2010 6:02 PM IST
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The civil society leaders from Tenyimi community on Thursday expressed happiness on the relative peace prevailing in the society and stressed on the need to support the ongoing Naga reconciliation process.
The almost unanimous views were aired during a daylong consultative meeting convened by the Peoples’ Organization (TPO) with its constituent units and civil society leaders from the Tenyimi community at the Conclave Conference Hall, LCS building Thursday.
Taking part in the deliberation, various civil society leaders from the Tenyimi community lauded the peaceful environment following the cessation of animosity and killing among brothers and stressed the need to support the reconciliation process through the initiatives of the Forum for Naga Reconciliation.
The members also strongly felt the need for the collective leaders of the Naga national workers to come together and reconcile with each other and that no group should try to dictate and further expressed fear that if the ongoing reconciliation process fails, there would be more factional killing among the Nagas.
The consultative meeting also deliberated on other issues including unabated encroachment inside the Ntangki National Park and the demand for alternative administrative arrangement by the Nagas in the present state of Manipur.
The members present during the deliberation on the unabated encroachment inside the Ntangki National Park, strongly felt it was the bounden duty of the state government to protect the national park and that encroachers should be evicted at any cost.
Earlier, the TPO president Z M Sekhose while addressing the meeting and enlightening the house on various agendas of the meeting, expressed pain and concern on the long suffering and suppression of the Naga brothers for the last many years in Manipur.
Terming the recent demand of the Nagas in Manipur for a separate alternative arrangement from the government of India as genuine, he appealed all Tenyimi fraternal community to fully support and extend all possible help to the demand.

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