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Cong. team suggests interim solution
Published on 25 Jun. 2011 1:01 AM IST
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State Congress delegation, which had gone to Delhi, suggested that “pending un-amiable issues; interim solution acceptable to all the parties should be agreed upon within a time-frame.” According to PCC president S.I. Jamir, the Congress delegation, in an offensive move to secure solution to the Naga political problem, met finance minister Pranab Mukherjee and apprised him of the demand they had earlier placed before the Prime Minister on Naga political issue.
“The team suggested that, since the multiple Naga political groups have the same goal, the parties may be asked to formulate their opinions during this time-frame for final settlement,” S.I. Jamir said. The Congress team said talks should be made transparent to enable all the groups and people to react constructively.
They conveyed that Congress men and women in the state stood together in the demand for time-frame solution. Also, conveying the plight of the people of Nagaland, who were tired of multiple extortion, taxation and ill-treatment by multiple governments, the team said people do not want any more delay in finding the solution. The team urged central leaders that no stone should be left unturned to find the solution.

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