FA anniversary observed in Tamenglong

Correspondent IMPHAL, Aug 3 | Publish Date: 8/3/2020 9:52:29 AM IST

The 5th anniversary of the Framework Agreement (FA) signed between the government of India and National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) was observed at the conference hall of Zeme Naga Council in Manipur’s Tamenglong district on Monday.

The observation was jointly organised by Zeme, Liangmai, Rongmei and Inpui council.

A two-minute silent prayer was also observed as a mark of respect and honour, and remembrance of all those who had sacrificed their lives for the cause of Naga nation.

Speaking on the occasion, president of Zeme Naga Council Manipur, Dr Aku Newmei pointed out the need to show respect and honour the nation workers who have given up their precious life for the cause of Naga nation.

“Now is the time for all the Naga people to forgive and forget each other’s mistakes and should keep aside all our political differences, religious, tribalism, factionalism, etc and embrace one another as one family member in Naga nation,” said Dr Aku.

On the occasion, he also informed that joint tribe’s councils including Inpui, Liangmai, Rongmei and Zeme peoples have reaffirmed the decision to support the framework agreement signed by chief negotiator Th Muiva for Naga nation.

Zeilad Region Central Administrative Officer (CAO), George Golmei reminded that the Indo-Naga ceasefire was signed between the GoI and NSCN after the GoI acknowledged that the conflict which is about six decades old was a political in nature. 

He further stated that after years of tumultuous political dialogue, a Framework Agreement between the GoI and NSCN was signed on the 3rd August 2015.

According to the CAO Zeilad Region, the FA talks about respecting the respective positions and cognizant to the universal principle of democracy, whereby sovereignty lies with the peoples. “Therefore the government of India and NSCN in respecting people’s wishes, desire to share the sovereign power as laid out in the competencies,” he stated in the message. 

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