LPO endorses NH, NMA statements on Interlocutor

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/14/2020 12:16:46 PM IST

Lotha Public Organization (LPO) has vigorously endorsed the Naga Hoho and Naga Mother Association criticising R.N. Ravi, the Interlocutor of Naga peace talk for erecting trust deficit in the Naga peace process, even after 23 years of Indo-Naga political talk have passed through six successive Prime Ministers of India.

In a press release, LPO through its media cell stated that India being the “largest democracy” on earth and having “great culture”, the entire world look at India with great respect. “Therefore, polarising a small Naga nation and subjugating their rights to self determination will only develop a mockery before the globe”, LPO added.  It asserted that the prevailing Indo-Naga ceasefire signed between the GOI and NSCN on July 25, 1997 is the standing evidence of Nagas goodwill towards India to live in peaceful coexistence.

LPO stated that R.N. Ravi even after 5 years of signing the Framework Agreement seems to still have bureaucratic mind to resolve the political problem of the Nagas. The irony is when R.N. Ravi created apprehension and showed his evil design at this crucial time to refer the Naga political groups as mere “armed gangs” when a political negotiation for peace is ongoing. LPO maintained that political problem needs political intervention and Ravi himself has demonstrated time and again his Achilles heel in dealing with the political problem. It stated that he should be replaced by someone who possesses political will and enjoys confidence and trust of PM Narendra Modi. 

LPO further urged upon the Nagas to unite and remain steadfast with prayerful attitude as the negotiating parties are underway to push for its long awaited final settlement. 



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