ENPO calls for a unified peaceful solution

DIMAPUR, OCT 21 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/21/2019 12:03:31 PM IST

Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organization (ENPO) has reiterated its appeal to all negotiating parties for a unified, acceptable, peaceful and lasting solution to the Naga political issue, saying that unity, peace and amicable settlement was the “motherly prayer of the Naga people”.

ENPO through its media cell stated that expectation of the Naga people from a solution was enduring peace in the entire Naga areas. However, ENPO said it would not be possible until all Naga political groups come together and hammer out the differences, if any, and place common agenda before the government of India for an amicable solution. 

ENPO also sought to make its stand clear that it was not a party to endorsing public mandate favouring any particular political group. However, ENPO has equally appealed to all the negotiating groups to bring about a unified, lasting and peaceful solution, and not otherwise.

Meanwhile, the ENPO and the six federating tribal bodies have vehemently condemned the firing incident that took place near Chenloisho village, Mon district on October 20, 2019 and at ITC Pangsha on October 21, 2019 at around 4:30 a.m. ENPO has appealed to all concerned groups to honour and respect the December 18, 2007 ENPO public resolution to refrain from killings, threats, intimidation etc. within Eastern Nagaland jurisdiction. 

Konyak territory cannot be used as a safe haven: KU

Konyak Union (KU) has affirmed that in the event the solution to the Naga issue failed to arrive at with the Government of India” the Konyak territory/jurisdiction “shall not be used as a safe haven by any political groups/factions”.
In a press release, KU general secretary Wango Konyak and press secretary Pangmei Konyak reaffirmed ENPO standing resolution that “any bloodsheds, extortions, harassments or tortures towards common citizens or leaders shall not be tolerated nor negotiated in any manner.”
Realizing the scenario of the present political situation unfurling in Nagaland, KU also maintained that the “utmost aspirations” of the people was peace and prosperity, which it said should be respected by the government of India and the negotiating parties.
Further, KU asserted that all the responsible Naga leaders representing different political organisations, groups or tribes “must learn of their mistakes made in the past, the greed, jealousy and hatred towards each other and embrace all, forgiving one another in the name of our Almighty God.”
The Konyak Union also appealed all the Naga political groups to come together on board for honourable and lasting solution for all the Nagas. It also urged every likeminded leader to “restraint from vengeful attitudes.”
The union also strongly reiterated appeal to all groups and military forces to restrain from “unnecessary blame game”.
Meanwhile, KU has appealed to the government of India to start implementing Act East Policy besides seeking Free Movement Regime (FMR) along the Indo-Myanmar border for cultural integration and development amongst the people. 


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