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Naga Peace Talks: Separate flag & constitution not achievable, states Temjen Imna Along

Nagaland BJP president and Minister in Neiphiu Rio cabinet, Temjen Imna Along also made a big statement on the floor of Nagaland Assembly pertaining to the Naga Political talks. Speaking

Nagaland BJP president and Minister in Neiphiu Rio cabinet, Temjen Imna Along also made a big statement on the floor of Nagaland Assembly pertaining to the Naga Political talks.

Speaking on the floor of the house Along stated that everyone knows the demand for flag and constitution is not achievable. Along also questioned as to why solution could not be achieved after talks officially concluded on October 31st, 2019.

Along  also reiterated that it was important for everyone to understand flag and constitution demand is impractical and the Civil Society and pressure groups also need to understand the same.

Along also took on the NNPGs for pointing fingers at UDA chairman TR Zeliang for his highest offer from Centre remark.

First Published: 22nd March, 2022 18:20 IST

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