NSCN (I-M) chairman appeals for unity

NSCN (I-M) chairman appeals for unity
(2nd L) Q. Tuccu with TR Zeliang and presidents of ENPO, NH and NSF.
DIMAPUR, SEP 1 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/1/2020 12:47:32 PM IST

NSCN (I-M) chairman Q Tuccu, who recently held a series of meetings with political leaders and leaders of civil society groups, has reportedly appealed for unity and active role of all stakeholders for permanent peace in the region.

A statement issued by Tokugha Awomi, deputy secretary to Yaruiwo, stated that Tuccu held an informal discussion before his planned departure to New Delhi with top leaders including Leader of Opposition TR Zeliang, who is also the convenor of NPF’s newly formed Political Affairs Mission (PAM) and other leaders including presidents of Naga Hoho HK Zhimomi, Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organisation (ENPO) Kekongchim Yimchunger and Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) Ninoto Awomi at his residence. 

Tuccu also had a consultation with leaders of 14 Apex Naga Tribal Hohos of Nagaland (ANTHN).

During the informal discussion with leaders, the NSCN (I-M) chairman stressed on the Naga issue and maintained that it was time to be united for a peaceful lasting solution in the region. 

Tuccu said that the role of stakeholders should be totally focused to resolve and facilitate any differences that would arise. 

Since there would only be one common Naga accord, Tuccu opined that it was important to take all Nagas along for an inclusive solution covering all Naga inhabited areas. 

In the final accord, he said all stakeholders would be included and their views consulted. 

NSCN (I-M) chairman further stated that he would “stand and go as per the voice of all the Naga people.”

Leaders conveyed to Tuccu that during crucial phase of Naga peace talks, there was a need to have a common united voice to be prepared for an honourable solution in consonance with the unique political history and identity of the Nagas. 

They also reportedly expressed the view that there was a strong desire and aspirations of all Nagas and even government of India for early peaceful solution to usher in peace and development in the region. 

The leaders reiterated that they would continue to actively participate to facilitate the peace process and “highly appreciated” the views of NSCN (I-M) chairman and endorsed the need for a collective effort for permanent peace in all Naga inhabited areas.


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