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Remove terrorist tag from NSCN (K), initiate dialogue: ENPO urges PM

DIMAPUR, JUL 10 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/10/2018 11:55:27 PM IST
Eastern Nagaland People’s Organisation (ENPO) on Tuesday urged  upon Prime Minister Narendra Modi to remove the tag of terrorist organisation from NSCN (K) and initiate peace talks at the earliest. 
In a memorandum to the Prime Minister through Nagaland Governor PB Acharya, the ENPO, on behalf of the people of Eastern Nagaland comprising six tribes– Chang, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Phom, Sangtam and Yimchunger – living in far-flung region bordering Sagaing division and Kachin state in Myanmar, appealed to Modi for initiating the peace process at the earliest for restoring permanent peace and tranquillity in the region.
The organisation said India was the world’s largest and most vibrant democracy where every citizen longed to live a vibrant life in a peaceful atmosphere. 
Pointing out that ensuring peace in Nagaland was not only the responsibility of the people living there, but also of the Central and State governments, ENPO explained that for this reason people of the area yearned for initiation of peace talks.  
The memorandum hoped that Modi would display his great magnanimity and dynamic leadership in taking a bold step to promote peace, security and harmony among the people and end the conflict between security forces and militants in the region that had cost many precious lives on both sides.
ENPO appealed to the Prime Minister to take a pragmatic view of the problem so as to stop the cycle of violence. And if the violence was not checked in time, it cautioned that there could be more violence in the region in the future.

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