Status of flag and constitution will be in final agreement: WC

DIMAPUR, OCT 30 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/30/2019 12:21:32 PM IST

Working Committee (WC) of the NNPGS on Wednesday disclosed that a clause in the final agreement shall mention Naga flag and constitution as prime symbolic issues which shall be pursued post-solution through continuous political and democratic political process.

Informing this in a press note, WC media cell said the NNPGs and government of India have come to an understanding that the Naga flag and constitution were indispensable to the Naga people.

“Its cultural usage is one thing and political usage is another,” WC stated. 

WC said government of India was aware that the “Agreed Position” signed on November 17, 2017, by its very content imply Flag and Constitution are within it. “There is no ambiguity. GoI has, however, reiterated its position on the two symbolic issues clearly,” WC added.

ZCOs back WC, NNPG

Zeliangrong Civil Organizations (ZCOs) comprising of Zeliangrong Baudi, Zeliangrong Youth Front and Zeliangrong Student’s Union have extended support to the Working Committee (WC) of NNPGs and appealed government of India and WC to respect the voice of Nagas and conclude the Indo-Naga political issue at the earliest.

In a press note, ZCOs media and publicity cell said that the “Naga national movement founded by Haipou Jadonang” which had dragged on for many decades was now ready for conclusion as per statement made by Interlocutor for Naga Talk, RN. Ravi 

ZCOs also called upon the political groups engaged in political negotiation with GoI to value the unflinching support and contribution of the Nagas and utilize the time and situation wisely so as to meet the aspiration of the Nagas without any further delay. 

It said adopting any delay tactic by any political group or deviating from the common aspiration, forgetting the suffering of the Nagas, will not usher a conducive atmosphere.

Therefore, ZCOs said the outcome of the Indo-Naga political negotiation should be honored and respected and whatever points agreed by negotiating parties during the course of negotiation for the last many years should be settled at the earliest.


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