The Nagaland Legislative Assembly on Thursday unanimously adopted a joint resolution on the protracted Naga issue for the conclusion of the political negotiations and reaching an honourable, inclusive and acceptable solution without further delay.

The resolution adopted by the Nagaland Assembly states: “This August House urges the Government of the Union of India and the Naga political groups to sit across the table for the conclusion of the political negotiation, that is honourable, inclusive and acceptable to the people as ‘One Solution’ without any further delay.”

Earlier, the seven-member committee held talks and drafted a resolution to Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio which was introduced in the House today. The House adopted it and endorsed all the previous NLA resolutions concerning the Naga political dispute.

The House also appreciated the efforts made by all the Naga political groups, political parties, civil society organisations, Churches and NGOs towards finding a peaceful solution to the Naga issue.

It may be mentioned that the committee including members from both ruling and opposition benches was formed following a marathon discussion on Naga political issue as matter of urgent public importance on the third day of the ongoing budget session of the house.