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Joint meet of GPRN/NSCN-NNC/FGN
Published on 10 Oct. 2010 12:32 AM IST
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In another significant development, the GPRN/NSCN and the NNC/FGN(Dr Senka & Nagi group) resolved to further “strengthen” the Naga reconciliation process on October 8 after a joint consultative meeting held at Hoito Baptist Church near here.
The MIP GPRN/NSCN said the consultative meeting provided a further boost to the “positive march of the Naga people towards reconciliation and unity.”
It stated that the meeting, was held in a “cordial atmosphere”, where NPAC convener Azheto Chophy, outlined the purpose of the meeting – “to strengthen the Naga reconciliation process by acknowledging each other as a family and as equals.”
Azheto said it was “meaningless” to hold such meetings if any party was to stick to its own opinion and judgment. He said “unconditional reconciliation” among different groups was the demand of the Naga people as “rigidity and self righteousness have destroyed the oneness of the Nagas.”
NNC/FGN vice president Kiumukam, termed disunity as the curse for all Nagas and asserted that the purpose of the meeting of “Nation lovers” was to “mend and not destroy”.
NNC/FGN general secretary V. Nagi expressed happiness at the positive developments taking place in Nagaland recently under the aegis of FNR.
He appreciated both “Monyakshu Conclave” and “September Summit”.
He said “many attempts to bring the Nagas together had failed mainly because the leaders only believed in issuing clemency, amnesty and opening the doors for others to walk in, which was akin to a call to surrender.” Nagi said stands were “simply unacceptable” as no one was free from guilt. He said all outstanding issues could be sorted out if leaders “rid themselves of self righteousness.” Nagi asserted that “unconditional unity” of all Nagas was what all should aspire for. The two groups have agreed to meet again to discuss various issues so as to help achieve “final reconciliation and unity” of all Nagas.
The GPRN/NSCN delegation was led by National Political Advisory Council (NPAC) convener Azheto Chophy and “kilo kilonser” Hothrong Yimchungru while the NNC/FGN delegation was represented by vice president Kumukham Yimchungru and general secretary V. Nagi, along with the host of cetral and regional authorities including women representatives, it stated.

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