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Naga Political Issue: NPAC writes to PM Modi, demands early solution

First Published: 5th August, 2022 13:04 IST

The newly-formed Nagaland People’s Action Committee or NPAC has taken to the streets demanding an early settlement of the Naga Political Issue. The rally has been taken out in the

The newly-formed Nagaland People’s Action Committee or NPAC has taken to the streets demanding an early settlement of the Naga Political Issue. The rally has been taken out in the Super Market area in Dimapur. The NPAC has also written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi wherein it said that body will welcome a political solution and uphold it under any circumstances.

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