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NSWON Sumi region passes resolution

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/27/2020 1:41:15 PM IST

Claiming that “some groups of our people who are preparing for sale out arrangement for financial package and under Indian constitution in exchange of the historical and the political rights of the Nagas”, the National Socialist Women Organisation of Nagalim (NSWON), Sumi region has reaffirmed to stand firm for the Naga national rights to the end.

A press release by NSWON Sumi region chairperson Kahuli S. Chishi stated that, during a consultative meeting on October 27 held at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur, the meeting after thorough deliberation on the ongoing ‘Indo-Naga’ political talks for a political solution and the current situation revolving around the same, adopted the following resolutions. 

NSWON stated that, the house fully endorsed August 3, 2015 Framework Agreement signed between GoI and NSCN representing the Naga people whereby the sovereign rights of the Nagas were recognized. Its second resolution stated that, “the recognition of the unique history of the Nagas, the acknowledgment of the universal principle of democracy that sovereignty lies with people, the shared sovereignty and peaceful co-existence of the two entities, unequivocally states the components of the Naga flag and constitution as an integral part of solution.”  Thirdly, it resolved that, “in the count of several decades of ‘Indo-Naga’ conflict more than 3, 50.000 Nagas have laid down their lives for the sacred cause of the Nagas across the length and breadth of Nagalim have equally borne the heavy burden of untold sufferings and humiliations” and “the alien aggression on our land and people have resulted to hundreds thousands of widows and orphans. Sumi community too is not an exception.” Guest speakers were Hutovi Chishi Swu convenor steering committee NSCN and Kihoi Swu, convenor ceasefire monitoring cell. 

 

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