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Nagas take out rally in Delhi for early solution to Naga issue

Nagas take out rally in Delhi  for early solution to Naga issue
Nagas attending rally in support of early solution in New Delhi Wednesday. (Social media)
DIMAPUR, SEP 25 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/25/2019 10:57:41 AM IST

Naga people living in Delhi led by the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) in collaboration with the Naga Students’ Union, Delhi (NSUD) took out rally from Mandi House to Parliament Street, New Delhi Wednesday seeking early solution to the Naga political issue.

In a press release, NSF president Ninoto Awomi stated that theme of the rally “Implement the Principles of Framework Agreement” recognises “India and Nagalim as two separate political entities.” 

NSF said the decision was taken against the backdrop of Prime Minister’s advice to Interlocutor RN Ravi to find solution in three months within the constitution of India, which it maintained “directly negates the principle of the Framework Agreement signed between the GoI and the NSCN (I-M).” NSF submitted a memorandum titled “Early, Inclusive, Honourable and Acceptable Solution to the protracted Naga Political issue” to the Prime Minster Narendra Modi following the event. NSF said the Framework Agreement was signed with the understanding to find model of solution based on the principles of shared sovereignty between India and Nagalim, peaceful co-existence of the two entities, and unique history and situation of the Nagas.

NSF has, therefore, asserted that as custodian of the Nagas’ future it was compelled to question the sincerity and political vision of the Government of India in resolving the protracted “Indo-Naga conflict” which has cost immense suffering and lives to both the parties.

Those who spoke at the rally included Supreme Court lawyer Prabu, Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh, Supreme Court lawyer Worso Zimik, Naga Hoho General Secretary Elu Ndang, NSUD President Hinoto Awomi, NSF President Ninoto Awomi.

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