NNC observes 56th anniv of ‘Indo-Naga’ ceasefire

Correspondent KOHIMA, SEP 6 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/6/2019 11:09:11 AM IST
Naga National Council (NNC) observed 56th anniversary of the ‘Indo-Naga’ ceasefire at Chedema Peace Camp here on Friday. Speaking on the occasion, NNC spokesperson Kolezo Chase said the significance of the ceasefire, which came into effect on September 6, 1964, cannot be undermined for the very reason that it brought about the much awaited peace and hoped to result in understanding problem between the ‘two counties.’
Kolezo Chase thanked the initiative of the Nagaland Baptist Churches Council (NBCC) which brought about a ceasefire agreement between the government of the union of India and the Federal government of Nagaland 56 years ago.
Although the government of India ‘unilaterally abrogated’ the ceasefire on June 7, 1972, Chase said the FGN and NNC uphold the ceasefire agreement up to this day the September 6, 2019.
NNC president Adinno Phizo and FGN Kedahge ‘Gen (Retd)’ Viyalie Metha were also amongst the others who attended the programme.
FGN Deputy Homaki Kilonser Akho Meru chaired the function while Pastor CBCK Rev. Vezopa Rhakho proposed.


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