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FNR urges NNPGs, NSCN (I-M) to hold dialogue

DIMAPUR, OCT 18 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/18/2019 12:16:42 PM IST

Noting that Nagas were at a turning point, especially as the climate of fear, suspicion, confusion, division and uncertainty threatened to overwhelm them, Forum Naga Reconciliation (FNR) called on everyone to be honest, sincere, mindful and discerning “as we navigate our way through the present daily challenges”. 

And given the tense and fragile context, the forum urged Naga national groups, particularly NNPGs and NSCN (IM), to refrain from media-confrontation. This was only harming the Naga society and making “us” more vulnerable to further division, it cautioned.

Mentioning that the Naga national issue needed to be discussed with responsible and far-sighted contemplative engagement, FNR appealed to NNPGs and NSCN (IM) to meet, address all outstanding differences through dialogue and explore finding common ground.

Appreciating the Naga national groups for upholding their commitment to the Covenant of Naga Reconciliation, the Forum Naga Reconciliation (FNR)  asserted that it believed that even in this difficult situation, the principle of reconciliation would be upheld in letter and spirit.

The forum declared that it remained impartial and committed to Naga reconciliation on the basis of Naga historical and political rights.

Forum Naga Reconciliation (FNR)  called for a “healing leadership and visionary statesmanship” in order to address all differences and find common ground.

 

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