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No stalemate or deadlock in peace talks says NSCN-IM

Peace interlocutor and Government of India representative AK Mishra held the second round of talks with a 35-member NSCN-IM delegation led by general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah after yesterday’s talk remained

Peace interlocutor and Government of India representative AK Mishra held the second round of talks with a 35-member NSCN-IM delegation led by general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah after yesterday’s talk remained inconclusive.

The NSCN-IM informed that they are working on every aspect to bring an early solution to the vexed Naga issue.

Speaking to Northeast Live, NSCN-IM leader Rh Raising said that if the Government of India touches the heart of the matter, then the entire problem can be solved within days. But if the issue is not tilted by the root, it will drag on.

Informing about the meeting with AK Mishra, NSCN-IM leader RH Raising said that the talks primarily focussed on the Framework Agreement. He further said that the Framework Agreement is the basis of solution and that the Government of India is deeply committed to it for bringing in a logical conclusion.

Raising said that the NSCN-IM had rejected the outcome of the October 31, 2019 meeting since the group considers that it was served with an ultimatum but nothing else. However, after receiving response from the Centre to continue dialogues, the NSCN-IM now is working to concretize the Framework Agreement.

Meanwhile, in a significant statement RH Raising said that there is no stalemate, no deadlock and efforts are on to convert the disagreements into agreements.

The leader further added that despite of differences all Naga political groups must unite on the basis of the foundation of the Framework Agreement. The NSCN-IM Leader feels that the Framework Agreement is the uniting point of the Nagas.

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 meet with the Working Committee of the NNPGs which reiterated its stand that talks officially concluded in October 2019.

First Published: 23rd April, 2022 18:30 IST

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