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PAM conveys message on Naga solution to Himanta

DIMAPUR, SEP 28 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/28/2020 12:35:59 PM IST

NPF’s Political Affairs Mission (PAM) and NPF legislature part said it was expecting the Naga solution which would be acceptable, honourable and inclusive so that Nagas along with the entire Northeast would be able to contribute to the progress and development of the region.

NPF press bureau stated that PAM convenor and NPF legislature party leaders, T.R. Zeliang called on North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) convenor and Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati Monday and conveyed the hope that the Centre would come out with a single draft accord so that all stakeholders can take a call on the draft and support early solution in clear terms, 

Both the leaders agreed that a common draft for one solution and one accord was necessary for discussion amongst the stakeholders. 

 Himanta Sarma took note of the suggestions placed before him and NPF said it hoped he would give his sincere effort towards a solution to the Naga political issue.

Zeliang also appraised Sarma on the activities undertaken by NPF under the banner of PAM and also the desire of Nagas for an early solution.

While appreciating the Government of India (GoI) for roping in Sarma to participate in resolving the Naga issue and bring peace in the region, Zeliang remarked that Sarma’s involvement was a big boon for the Nagas and the Northeast as he(Sarma) “understands and knows the sentiments of the people of the region.” 

Zeliang also conveyed to Sarma that Naga people desired permanent peace and hoped that, the negotiations time spanning over 23 years and culminating with the signing of Framework Agreement in 2015 and the Agreed Positions in 2017 would bear a lasting peace in the region unlike the 16 Point Agreement and Shillong Accord signed in 1960 and 1975 respectively. 

Further, NPF bureau said PAM members will be proceeding to New Delhi to meet the collective leadership of NSCN (I-M) to discuss the “competency clauses of the Agreement” so that a clearer picture can be drawn as assumptions can mislead the people.


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