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Organisations plea to Naga groups
Published on 1 Mar. 2011 12:38 AM IST
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Naga Hoho, NSF and the Naga Conciliation Group Quakers, UK have appealed to the Naga political groups to exercise utmost restraint so as to create conducive atmosphere for the highest level leadership meeting, which the FNR has earlier said was “imminent.”
The Naga Hoho has appealed to all Naga political groups to demonstrate utmost restraint and initiate for holding of highest level meeting with the motto “who makes the first move” so as to ensure smooth sailing of reconciliation process in its fullness.
In a statement issued Monday, the Naga Hoho speaker H.K.Zhimomi and general secretary P.Chuba Ozukum said Hoho was constrained to issue statement considering the “declining scenario” with regard to implementation of Covenant of Reconciliation process initiated by FNR.
The Hoho said it has noted the “blame game and media war” among different political groups during the past few months, which it described, was the “obstacle” for highest political level meeting among the “conflicting groups”. “And as such, failure to put into practice the mandate given by the Naga organizations will be against the wishes and aspiration of the people,” the Hoho said.
NSF said that the Naga national groups, being the signatories of the Covenant of Reconciliation, should honour and respect their commitment given to the Naga people. It also appealed to all the groups to restrain themselves from creating further divisions among themselves but come together for the just cause of the Naga people.
It also urged all the Naga national groups to hold the highest level meeting without further delay so as to bring understanding, unity and peace amongst the Nagas. NSF reaffirmed to provide its unstinted support towards the stance of the FNR in trying to resolve the difference among national workers in the interest of the Naga people.
The Religious Society of Friends UK (Quakers) said they were holding the Naga political leaders in the Light and welcome the imminent talks at the highest level, as a reassurance that the voice of the people was being heard.
Quakers said they join the Naga people in their prayer that reconciliation would bring a growth in trust and mutual respect on all sides and pave the way for a sincere and lasting peace.
Walking alongside the Nagas on their “Journey of Common Hope,” the Quakers further said they were praying for the reconciliation of the Naga family.

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