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Will give best efforts to facilitate early resolution of Naga issue: NPF

DIMAPUR, SEP 2 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/2/2020 12:35:30 PM IST

NPF has asserted to work and give best efforts in facilitating an early and acceptable resolution of the Indo-Naga political issue despite its legislative wing having withdrawn from the Joint Legislators’ Forum (JLF).

In a communiqué, NPF further declared that with the formation of Political Affairs Mission (PAM), it would walk the extra mile to assist in any possible manner any approach for peaceful resolution of the Indo-Naga political issue.
Being a responsible political party, NPF said it had played an active facilitator’s role since its inception for resolution of the Naga political issue and that it would continue to work with the same spirit so as to fulfil the aspirations of the Naga people.
The party reiterated its endorsement to its legislative wing’s decision to withdraw from JLF as the platform has allegedly failed to make any tangible progress towards the cause of the Naga political Issue with the PDA government paying less heed without any proper roadmap.
With the formation of JLF, NPF said it was expecting that the forum would play an active role as a facilitator in the ongoing peace process. However, it alleged that the State government did not have confidence on its legislators. 
“And when there is huge trust deficit in JLF, the party has no point to remain in the forum but work on its own for the betterment of Naga people,” the communiqué stated.
Mentioning that its decision to pull out from JLF could be a shocking political development for the PDA, NPF explained that being a responsible party with the Naga political issue as one of its topmost, it had genuine reasons to withdraw from the forum and work on its own as the forum under the current dispensation has no concrete plan on the Naga political issue.
Since the formation of JLF, the party claimed to have eagerly volunteered to be its part with the hope of rendering best service towards the Naga cause, but, regretted that the PDA government had miserably failed to discharge its responsibility and taken the opposition party for a ride.
 

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