Naga community in Southern California fervently has urged the apex Naga National leaders to come to a common platform for an honest and genuine fellowship without respite.
A press release issued by Joshua Lorin on behalf of the Nagas in Southern California stated, “We can no longer afford to let our personal differences and splintered agendas impede the ultimate aspiration of the Nagas. We candidly appreciate GPRN/NSCN, NNC/FGN and the NSCN/GPRN for their commitment to the reconciliation process”.
The Naga community also expressed hope that the National leaders would collaboratively develop a new conciliated alliance to vigorously engage in determining a permanent political solution for the Nagas.
“To further delay the syndication will drop us deeper into the abyss. For the love of the Naga nation, we implore you to exhibit true mark of leadership. Please lead us to a place where we have never dreamed possible”, the release stated.
Naga community also congratulated Rev. Dr. Wati Aier the conferral of 2011 Baptist World Alliance (BWA) Denton and Janice Human Rights Award.
Stating that it was an honor for Naga family as a whole, theysaid Nagas in this corner of the world are not mere spectators, but a vital part of the Naga Story and the community want its voice to be heard.
Meanwhile, Naga community in Southern California has expressed gratitude to the members of Forum for Naga Reconciliation for their commitment, dedication and indefatigable character.