NSCN (I-M) regions affirm on Naga flag, constitution

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/26/2020 1:21:24 PM IST

Various regions of NSCN (I-M) have affirmed on inclusion of the Naga flag and constitution (yehzabo) in accordance to the historic Framework Agreement of August 3, 2015. 

Lotha region: All rank and file of the Lotha Region, NSCN/GPRN reiterate the unflinching support to the collective leadership of NSCN and the talk team headed by Th. Muivah, general secretary, NSCN and chief Naga negotiator. In a press release, the Lotha region caretaker CAO Chichamo Tsanglao stated its stand that the Naga solution should be based on the Framework Agreement. Further, Naga flag and yehzabo (constitution) must form a part of the Naga political solution in order to make it honorable and acceptable. 

Yimchunger region: All national workers under NSCN/GPRN, Yimchunger region has unanimously affirmed to support the August 3, 2015 Framework Agreement. A press release by CAO Yimchunger region, GPRN, MC Khamba Yim, stated that this was resolved at the meeting held at its regional headquarter on September 25. The regional workers further decided not to accept the solution without the “God given” Naga national flag and yehzabo (constitution). 

Wung Tangkhul region: NSCN (I-M) Tangkhul region in a press release by its caretaker CAO  C. Kasar stated its unflinching stand and support to the Framework Agreement. It stated that, without respecting and recognising the Naga flag and constitution, there cannot be an honourable solution as envisioned in the FA and reiterated its stand for the same. 

Rengma region: NSCN (I-M) Rengma region in a press release by caretaker CAO Rengma region Ruyelo Thong appealed the GoI to consider Nagas’ desire for a separate constitution and flag in order to conclude “an honourable and acceptable solution.” Reposing full faith and support to its collective leadership, the Rengma region further appealed the GoI to exert more effort to expedite the negotiation sincerely as desired by the Nagas.

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