KU welcomes Khango-led NSCN (K) peace overture; urges GoI to reciprocate

DIMAPUR, NOV 16 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/16/2018 11:33:23 AM IST

Konyak Union (KU) has reaffirmed that it would put all efforts towards peace and tranquillity within its jurisdiction as per the August 25 meeting resolution of all Konyaks in the aftermath of developments taking place since August 17,2018.

KU through its president Manlip Konyak and general secretary Honang Konyak lauded NSCN (K) led by Khango for sending peace overtures to the government of India in order to resume peace talks and maintained that the government of India should reciprocate without further delay. KU also expressed support to the two nations (India and Myanmar) and hoped both would also reciprocate and also honour the traditional and customary system and also honour the sentiments. 

KU also expressed appreciation to all NPGs, Assam Rifles posted within its jurisdiction for exercising utmost restrained and creating a peaceful climate as desired by all.

KU also said it has been coordinating with Myanmar Naga civil societies for peaceful solution to the Nagas living on the other side. 

While acknowledging the role played by various Naga civil societies playing the role of mediator, KU also appealed to Naga civil societies and organisations to cooperate and support the process without any bias. Further KU also appealed to political affairs committee of the state government to play a more active role than being mute.

KU also said it conveyed to Interlocutor to the Naga peace talks R.N.Ravi that it stood for inclusiveness for NPGs currently striving for peace and also hoped for inclusiveness for all NPGs currently yearning for peace including those who were yet to be engaged in talks.

KU has also directed all its units/branch to uphold the August 25 declaration to achieve the desired goal and also cautioned all NPGs, NGOs, Assam Rifles and public to respect and uphold people’s sentiments. 

KU also reiterated that the defined Konyak customary jurisdiction should be totally peaceful.

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