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NPF passes resolutions
Published on 25 Nov. 2010 12:00 AM IST
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Naga People’s Front (NPF) today passed a unanimous resolution endorsing the standing policy of the state cabinet that Disturbed Area Act (DAA) should not be extended in Nagaland. This was among several resolutions adopted during NPF CEC meeting of central office bearers, frontal and cells and division presidents November 24.The NPF also reiterated its commitment to continue to aspire for the integration of all contiguous Naga areas into one administrative unit as enshrined in the Constitution of the party.
One of the resolutions vowed to endorse the decision of Naga civil societies, adopted November 18 last at Dimapur, to urge upon all responsible groups to convene the highest level meeting of underground factions.
The party also reiterated commitment to extend “fullest” cooperation and further strengthen the initiative of the NLA Speaker, which brought all 60 members of the Assembly together on Naga political issue.
“The NPF once again appeals to all underground organizations to refrain from all forms of conflict against one another including public the war of words and listen to the voice of the people in order to facilitate reconciliation and understanding in Naga society,” stated the resolution.
Further, it also appealed to negotiating parties of the peace talks to expedite the talks and work towards “early negotiated solution” that was acceptable to the people, adding it would continue to play the role of active facilitator in the ongoing peace process.
Lastly, the party reiterated its declared policy of paving way for any alternative arrangement that could arise out of the peace process.

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