Naga Peace Talks: 2nd round of discussion between AK Mishra, Th Muivah underway
Peace interlocutor and Government of India representative AK Mishra is holding another crucial round of discussion with the NSCN-IM top brass at the Chumukedima Police Complex on Friday. NSCN-IM general
Peace interlocutor and Government of India representative AK Mishra is holding another crucial round of discussion with the NSCN-IM top brass at the Chumukedima Police Complex on Friday.
NSCN-IM general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah has attended the key meeting. A 12 member delegation has been led by Muivah in the meeting.
As per sources, Muivah arrived at the Chumu Police Complex this morning and the meeting with interlocutor AK Mishra is underway
Earlier this week the Peace Interlocutor became the first government of India representative to visit NSCN IM Camp Hebron, Mishra was given a red-carpet welcome in a visit which can be termed extremely significant at this juncture in the Naga peace talks.
First Published: 22nd April, 2022 12:24 IST
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