LPO acclaims UNPO for supporting Naga solution

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/7/2020 1:07:17 PM IST

The Lotha Public Organisation (LPO) said that a historical landmark was achieved when the NSCN got admission to the Unrepresented Nations and People’s Organization (UNPO) on January 23, 1993. 

In a press release, LPO through its media cell stated that the recognition of Naga National Movement by UNPO comes after more than a year-long effort by leaders of the NSCN led by Late Isak Chishi Swu and Th. Muivah, which culminated in signing of its Framework Agreement signed on August 3, 2015 in the presence of Prime Minister of India. LPO stated that it was a moment of gratification for Naga people as the NSCN on behalf of the Naga participated through virtual conference in the XV General Assembly of UNPO in support of a peaceful settlement of the Indo-Naga issue is most felicitous.

The resolution read “support a peaceful resolution of the Indo-Naga issue which is just, long lasting, honourable and acceptable to both the sides, calls upon the international community to appeal to India to fulfil its commitments in the Framework Agreement as the Indo-Naga issue and urged India to repeal acts such as the Armed Forces Special Power Act and the Disturbed Area Act which overly militarise the situation facing the Naga people”.

LPO asserted that UNPO resolution is a reminder of the Naga people’s accountability to unite as one antecedent. It also puts on record of its support to the UNPO for perennial to extend its camaraderie and validating the sacrosanct rights of the Nagas. It said that the support gained at the global Coliseum through platform such as the UNPO which has kept the pipe dreams for the Naga people. At this critical time in our history, the LPO fervently requested the Naga political groups and the various Naga social organizations to barricade against the discordant and puts its heads together as it would elucidate the kind of future that the Naga desire to see.

Meanwhile, the LPO urged upon the younger generation to wake up from their slumber and be prepared for the challenging future as the cornerstone of the Nagas once the Naga people entered into a New Nagalim which our almighty God has set for the Naga nation. 


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