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Naga Peace talks: Ex-Parliamentarians demand solution

First Published: 7th January, 2023 22:15 IST

The Ex-Parliamentarian's Association of Nagaland has urged the Government of India to ensure that a solution to the Naga issue is reached at the earliest.

Stating that the negotiations have been going on for almost 26 years, the Ex-Parliamentarians Association said that the entire process has taken a big toll on the citizens and their well-being.

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