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NH appeals NPGs

DIMAPUR, JUN 12 (NPN) | Publish Date: 6/12/2019 12:14:14 PM IST

Naga Hoho (NH) on Wednesday said it joins the 10th anniversary of the signing of Covenant of Reconciliation on June 13, 2009 and at the same time acknowledges the struggle of FNR members in particular for leading the Naga people thus far towards the path of peace and reconciliation among the rival groups. 

“Being minorities in this sub-continent, fear and apprehensions are looming in the minds of Naga people of what destiny holds and therefore, amicable political settlement is the only hope which is possible once we are united and reconciled,” NH stated.  NH therefore appealed to all Naga political rival groups to renew their vision and implement the Covenant of Reconciliation in letter and spirit for the common Naga cause.

With the exception of people who were born post cease-fire period, NH said: “Nagas have witnessed horrific killings among different Naga political rival groups (factions) alongside the bloody war between the Indian occupational forces and Naga Armies which was a harrowing nightmare and a memory never to be forgotten.”

In such an unprecedented situation ten years back, NH said the Naga civil societies unanimously resolved to form a body called Forum for Naga Reconciliation with a view to strive for unity and reconciliation among different Naga political groups. Under their efforts, the fratricidal killings could come to an end in the best interest of entire Naga people, it added.

 

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