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NNPGs, ULFA agree to pursue dialogue

NNPGs, ULFA agree to pursue dialogue
Leaders of NNPGs and ULFA in Guwahati on Tuesday.
DIMAPUR, FEB 4 (NPN) | Publish Date: 2/4/2020 12:24:46 PM IST

Mutually appreciating each other’s ongoing peace processes, Working Committee (WC), NNPGs and ULFA agreed to pursue people-to-people dialogue cultural exchanges and maintain age-old brotherhood and peaceful co-existence in order to resolve all issues affecting the two communities at large.

This followed a solidarity meeting at Guwahati Tuesday between senior leaders of the two organisations. They exchanged views and opinions in a frank and transparent manner and also deliberated on certain crucial issues pertaining to ongoing political dialogues. NNPGs appreciated the peace process between ULFA and Centre and hoped that an early inclusive agreement would be inked fulfilling the aspirations of the indigenous people of Assam.

ULFA too acknowledged the political negotiations between NNPGs and Centre as a practical approach towards resolving the decades-old political conflict. The two sides also agreed to maintain constant interactions and ensure continuity of dialogue, besides maintaining, preserving and promoting fraternal relationship in the future. This was stated in a joint statement by WC, NNPGs convener N Kitovi Zhimomi, co-conveners Wangtin Naga, Zopra Vero, Hozheto Chophy, Kiumukam Yimchunger, Toshi Walling and Isak Sumi, ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, vice-chairman Pradip Gogoi and general secretary Anup Chetia. 

 

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