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New Year greetings 3 Naga groups
Published on 31 Dec. 2010 12:38 AM IST
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Three Naga political groups -the GPRN/NSCN,FGN and NNC- in their New Year message, recalled the “positive impact” on the socio-political spectrum of the Nagas witnessed in 2010 and called for making 2011 a year of solution to differences on all fronts.
“There is a solution to every problem and a time for all differences to be overcome through common vision. Naga people must seek a solution among themselves first,” declared a joint communiqué issued by their publicity wings in their New Year greeting.
They said the three quarter of a century political problem between India and Nagas must not end in political slavery and urged upon the Nagas to be determined and speak with one voice.
They maintained that Naga history was never a part of Indian history and asserted that Naga people would not define their existence through “blatant misinterpretation of history.” They accused the government of India of continuing to “flaunt and flagrantly violate” the political right of the Naga people.
They called upon every Naga leader, including state politicians, leadership in the churches, tribal bodies and organizations at all levels to let the year 2011 be a time for soul-searching and sharing the blame for the folly of the past; the complacency of the present and “for the enormous responsibility visible on the horizon”. They said that the joint decision to salvage Naga political aspiration was at hand and that political solution lay within the ambit of Naga unity.
They maintained that during the “eventful 2010,” skepticism gave way to honored commitments among the Naga political groups where the call for reconciliation and peace echoed through the length and breadth of Naga homeland.
The communiqué also acknowledged the pivotal role played by the FNR, various tribal bodies and civil societies in maintaining peace and harmony in the land. They also said that developments such as the Covenant of Reconciliation (CoR), the Chiangmai meetings, the Monyakshu Conclave, the 18th September Summit and the Declaration by three political groups in December, highlighted the commitment of the Naga people towards realizing their common goal. They also acknowledged the prayer support of the Naga people.
Further they asserted that their endeavor was to continue to abide by the CoR as signed by top leaders. They concluded by wishing Naga well wishers, governments and organizations supporting Naga political struggle, struggling nations around the world and every single Naga a blessed New Year.

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