Post Mortem

74th Naga Independence Day 14 August 2020

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 8/16/2020 12:57:12 PM IST

 Ato Kilonser Z.Hozheto Chophi 

Dear, comrades of all rank and files compatriots, countrymen and women.

First of all let us thank our Almighty God for sustaining our Naga Freedom struggle from all ups and downs and sheltering us from our enemies because it was only by his grace and divine intervention that we Nagas could come this far.

On this auspicious day, I take this privilege in saluting our Naga Patriots and martyrs who have laid down their lives for our national cause though there are no more with us, yet their legacy will remain and linger on forever and I pray earnestly to God to provide solace and sustenance to the family members of the martyrs.

After such a long conflict which is one of the longest conflict of Asia which has been going on for almost a century, now our aggressor (India) realised the futilities of military warfare against Nagas, and that the Indo Naga imbroglio cannot be solved militarily but only through political negotiation, that led to the signing of an agreement on 17 Nov 2017 with WC NNPGS of which the talks is still being held so as to come to a peaceful conclusion between the two nation.

The political negotiation between GOI and WC, NNPGS carries the essence and spirit of may 16,1951 Naga plebiscite ,thus there is no major issue left between WC and GOI and therefore could arrive at a solution at any given day. I appreciate our Convenor Mr. N. Kitovi Zhimomi Ato Kilonser GPRN/NSCN and Co-Convenor of WC for exhibiting utmost maturity and wisdom on the negotiating table and the unity that we exhibit today will contribute to the greatest of Naga Nation tomorrow. Three years political negotiation has covered almost all the core issues for a dignified political solution. The present incumbent RN Ravi interlocutor and PM Modi are more serious to solve the Naga issue at the earliest. Hence it is my fervent appeal to all to continue to pray for our nation so as to bring about a permanent peace between the two Nation. KUKNALIM

MIP, NPGN/NNC

 

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