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Naga Peace Talks: AK Mishra to meet NNPGs today

Peace Interlocutor AK Mishra is all set to meet the Working Committee of the NNPGs at the Chumukima Police Complex today. As per sources, Mishra is also set to meet

Peace Interlocutor AK Mishra is all set to meet the Working Committee of the NNPGs at the Chumukima Police Complex today.

As per sources, Mishra is also set to meet the NSCN-IM leadership on Friday and will follow it up with a round of discussion with the core committee on the Naga issue the day after.

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This is being seen as a crucial visit by the Peace Interlocutor, who became the first government of India representative to visit Camp Hebron on Tuesday.

Muivah was given a red carpet welcome in a visit which can be termed extremely significant at this juncture.

First Published: 21st April, 2022 10:32 IST

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