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Arunachal Naga bodies hail peace process

DIMAPUR, NOV 6 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/6/2019 11:30:10 AM IST

 ANSF welcomes breakthrough

Arunachal Naga Students’ Federation (ANSF) hailed the understanding arrived at between government of India and Naga political groups (NSCN-IM and seven NNPGs) for “a permanent peaceful solution and respecting the rights of TCL (Tirap, Changlang and Longding) Nagas.”
In a press release, ANSF president Gawang Hakhun and general secretary Victor Honlem Khangham lauded the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Interlocutor for Naga Peace talks, RN Ravi, for realising that only through negotiation an enduring peaceful agreement could be achieved.
ANSF also appreciated NSCN (I-M) and WC, NNPGs for negotiating with government of India to bring “an undying solution for the Nagas.” Clarifying on the “misgivings” which had been circulated on social media concerning TCL land, ANSF has appealed to TCL people to be vigilant of some people trying to misinterpret the “Indo-Naga” issue. 
Meanwhile, ANSF appealed to the chiefs, GBs, apex CSOs, student bodies, NGOs, legislatures, political parties, students and citizens of TCL region to collectively voice for permanent peaceful solution and prosperous development. “This is a crucial period for our people to decide the fate of whether to live in a peaceful environment with swift development or perish in a contemporary state of affairs that we’re living in,” ANSF asserted.
TCLPeF for permanent peace
Tirap, Changlang and Longding People’s Forum (TCLPeF) Arunachal Pradesh, which held a meeting in connection with the “Indo-Naga peace Accord”, at Dibrugarh on November 2, expressed hope that there would be permanent peace in Tirap-Changlang Longding region after signing of peace accord between the government of India and Naga political groups (NSCM-IM and seven NNPGs).
TCLPeF president N Changmi said the meeting resolved that since Centre ruled out territorial integration and any administration setup with Nagaland, granting any autonomous body to TCL region for peace, prosperity and development would be welcomed.
 TCLPeF said the house noted that some students and individuals, without knowing facts and contents of the peace accord, were misinterpreting message to the general public based on social media.
Therefore, the house resolved to appeal to the students and the general people not to spread misleading message regarding the accord.
Further, the house unanimously resolved to form the apex student body of Tirap, Changlang and Longding districts under the name and style of “Tirap-Changlang & Longding Students’ Federation” (TCLSF) for the welfare of the student community of the three districts. 
The federation would represent as apex body of three districts on issues in future. It was also resolved that TCLSF would visit all TCL colleges and respective constituencies to create awareness on “Indo-Naga” peace accord. 
The meeting held under the chairmanship of Sompha Wangsu was attended by core committee of members of TCLPeF, Longding District Student Union ( LDSU), All Changlang District Students Union (ACDSU), Wancho Students Union (WSU), Ollo Youth Tirap District, Chairman Laju Area VCC, Tirap District, All Tirap Students’ Union (ATSU), Former President- LDSU, Former President and General Secretary Arunachal Naga Students’ Federation (ANSF), Former ZPMs and Nokchom Wangjen (Advocate). 

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