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Naga Peace Talks: 2-hr long Mishra-Muivah meet inconclusive; Second round tomorrow

The crucial meeting between the peace interlocutor and Government of India representative AK Mishra and Th Muivah concluded after two hours of discussion between the parties at the Chumukedima police

The crucial meeting between the peace interlocutor and Government of India representative AK Mishra and Th Muivah concluded after two hours of discussion between the parties at the Chumukedima police complex.

Reportedly, the NSCN-IM president and Vice president were not a part of the delegation that met Mishra today. As per sources, Muivah led a 12-member delegation during the meeting.

Sources revealed that today’s talks remained inconclusive and that the second round of discussions will be held tomorrow.

The 2nd round of meeting with the NSCN-IM will be represented by a 35-member delegation tomorrow.

After meeting the Working Committee of the Naga National Political Groups or the NNPGs yesterday, AK Mishra’s meeting with the NSCN-IM top brass assumes big significance.

It may be mentioned that earlier in the week AK Mishra became the first government of India representative to visit the NSCN-IM headquarters, Camp Hebron.

Mishra then held a key meeting with the Working Committee of the NNPGs which reiterated its stand that talks officially concluded in October 2019.

First Published: 22nd April, 2022 19:32 IST

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