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Division of GPRN/NSCN a setback: NPF
Published on 4 Jul. 2011 12:51 AM IST
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NPF working committee at its July 1 meeting held at central headquarters Kohima, resolved to term it as “unfortunate”, the recent division that took place “within the erstwhile GPRN/NSCN ‘K’ group which had “caught Naga people by surprise”.
NPF member secretary Working Committee K.G. Kenye, said the meeting noted that when Nagas were trying for forge unity among national workers in the spirit of reconciliation, the division “emerged as a major setback”. NPF said unless the trend was reversed and cohesion consolidated, the future looked grim, with members expressing serious apprehension under the circumstances.
The NPF resolved to appeal to leaders of various groups to sink their differences by letting good sense and logic prevail in the interest of the Nagas while efforts to find an amicable settlement to the “Indo-Naga political issue” was on. It also urged upon the government of India to extend cease fire “with all Naga national groups” to create a conducive atmosphere for the “ongoing peace process at various levels.”
Condemning the “dastardly acts of violence in Naga society” on the June 30 incident at Dimapur, the committee appealed for rising above narrow issues and seek tolerable ways of expression rather than resorting to such extreme measures. Terror attacks on the common man “will not be condoned at any cost” as they should find no room in Naga society, it added.

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