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Former MLAs ask Naga negotiators not to miss bus

DIMAPUR, OCT 13 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/13/2019 11:27:42 AM IST

Former legislators at a general meeting held on October 11, reviewed the prevailing Naga political situation and after deliberation on the political negotiations between government of India and Nagas, felt it was now imperative for both sides to be “serious and focussed” and not casual.

Sessional chairman Nillo Rengma and sessional secretary Joshu Sumi, said the time frame of 3-months set by the Centre to conclude the talks to its logical conclusion implied that the latter was committed. They said Naga negotiators “must not miss this opportunity by inducting excuses” as they were expected to be determinant. Since Nagas had failed to seize the opportunity in the past for which Nagas suffered immeasurably, they said such “myopia must not be repeated this time around” and resolved to urge the negotiators “ to resolutely go for solution within the time frame.” They also said whatever the negotiators considered as contentious could be pursued post-solution otherwise it could regrettably derail the ultimate result.
 

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