NDPP welcomes outcome of Naga peace talks
Nagaland ruling party, NDPP has welcomed the positive outcome of the Naga peace talks and appealed all the negotiators to work together and facilitate the implementation of a solution that
Nagaland ruling party, NDPP has welcomed the positive outcome of the Naga peace talks and appealed all the negotiators to work together and facilitate the implementation of a solution that is honourable, acceptable and inclusive.
The Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party has also appreciated the role of the Tribal Hohos, Civil Society Organisations, NGOs and Church bodies.
The NDPP believes that the historic agreement will entail long lasting peace in the state.
First Published: 1st November, 2019 17:40 IST
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