Northeast India’s Only English and Hindi Satellite News Channel

Manipur CM N Biren Singh rejects idea of Naga Autonomous Territorial Council as part of Naga peace accord

First Published: 18th May, 2018 20:41 IST

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh has rejected the idea of Naga Autonomous Territorial Council as part of Naga peace accord. The remark comes at a time when various civil

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh has rejected the idea of Naga Autonomous Territorial Council as part of Naga peace accord.

The remark comes at a time when various civil society groups in the state are demanding the governments, both in the state and the centre to come clear on the content of the Naga peace accord.

N Biren Singh reaffirming the state government’s stand on the ongoing Naga Peace Process said that the creation of Autonomous Naga Territorial Council is not acceptable and is a threat to the oneness of the state.

Speaking at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat Conference Hall, he further added that the state government has informed the centre and cautioned that the state government should be informed prior taking any decision on the matter.

COMMENTS

WE RECOMMEND

Banner
Frame proper rules to hire Chairperson, Members of pollution control board: SC to Mizoram and Manipur

The Apex Court has asked the two states to look into suggestions made by 5 committee and frame rules in 6 months

31st January 2023
Banner
75 students from Manipur to participate in SEIL orgainsed by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad

SEIL aims to promote the feeling of brotherhood between youths from Northeast India and the rest of the nation

30th January 2023
Banner
‘BJP will come back and Northeast will be changed”, says Manipur CM Biren Singh

Northeast Live Exclusive: 'BJP will come back and Northeast will be changed", says Manipur CM Biren Singh

30th January 2023
Banner
80 illegal immigrants arrested in Manipur

The District Administration of Tengnoupal led by Deputy Commissioner Ranjan Yumnam and Superintendent of Police B Golianmang arrested as many as 80 illegal refugees from Myanmar who had set up a new village inside Manipur.

28th January 2023
Banner
80 illegal Myanmar immigrants arrested in Manipur

The illegal immigrants who had set up a village inside India, were captured by a team of district and police officials of Tengnoupal

28th January 2023