JLF (Nagaland) Adopted 6 Resolutions for Acceptable Naga Solution

Leaders at Today’s JLF Consultative Meeting

Dimapur, Nov. 13: The Joint Legislators Forum on Naga political issue, comprised of Nagaland Legislative Assembly members across party lines, held a consultative meeting today at Chumukedima Police Complex in Dimapur. This meeting happened after the incessant complaints put up by the NPF Party charging the ruling PDA Government of Nagaland for deliberately not calling for a consultative meeting.

In today’s consultative meeting, the JLF unanimously adopted 6 crucial resolution in view of Naga political issue.

  1. The House welcomed the reported successful conclusion of negotiations between the Government of India and the Naga National Political Groups and extends sincere appreciation to the negotiating parties for making sacrifices and for understanding the realities of the given situation.
  2. The House reiterated the 7th August, 2019 JLF Resolutions and appealed to all the stakeholders – the negotiating parties (Working Committee of 7 NNPGS and the NSCN-IM), Hohos, Civil Society Organizations, Churches and the people, to foster a spirit of unity and oneness amongst each other to facilitate the eventual solution to the protracted Naga political issue that is honorable, acceptable and which recognizes the unique history of the Naga people.
  3. The House appreciated the H’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri. Narendra Modi, H’ble Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Nagaland Governor and Naga Interlocutor RN. Ravi for bringing the talks thus far. The House further welcomed proactive role played by the mass-based organizations, tribal hohos, NGOs, Churches and civil societies who made all out efforts to create a congenial atmosphere to ensure that the negotiations were headed in a positive direction.
  4. The House appealed to the people of our neighboring states to extend all possible cooperation so that the peace process can conclude in a successful manner that will enable peace and stability in the entire region. We appeal to our neighboring states to to build and trust and confidence within us so that we can live peacefully under an environment of mutual co-existence and cooperation.
  5. The House further assured that the JLF will continue to play the role of active facilitators and will extend all possible cooperation to ensure that the peace process is successfully concluded with the realization of a political solution that is honorable and acceptable to the people.
  6. The House appealed to the WC-NNPGs and NSCN IM to sit across the negotiating table and bury all differences for the greater good of the Naga people and further appealed to all other groups who are not onboard to join the peace process.

 

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