Commenting on the proposed October 26 mass public rally, the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) has called upon all Naga political groups especially Naga apex and tribal organizations,
Naga civil society groups, Naga Churches, Naga students and fellow citizens to uphold and reaffirm the commitment they have all made vis-à-vis Naga inclusiveness.
In the spirit of mutual solidarity, the FNR implored upon all Nagas to firmly stand and work together in cultivating, promoting and building the spirit of inclusiveness through mutual acceptance and forgiveness.
FNR reiterated stand saying it stood for inclusiveness and acceptance of all Nagas based on the historical and political rights adding that it had consistently called for inclusion of all Nagas since the beginning of Naga Reconciliation.
Responding to the deep yearning of the Naga people, FNR said, the top leaders of three Naga political groups signed the Covenant of Reconciliation (CoR) in June 2009, in which the signatories reconciled based on the historical and political rights of the Naga people. CoR was further strengthened with the historic highest level meeting of NSCN (I-M), NNC/FGN and GPRN/NSCN on September 18, 2010, it added. FNR also called upon Naga political groups to embrace the maxim of inclusiveness and acceptance of all Nagas and encouraged the Naga leaders to creatively build hope and mutual respect among Nagas by adopting values of inclusiveness.