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Nagaland Governor, PB Acharya has appealed to all sections of Naga people, particularly tribal hohos, civil society groups, NGOs, youth and hard-working womenfolk and farmers to come forward and support the ongoing Naga peace process with a spirit of understanding, brotherhood and unity.
In his Independence Day message, the governor also hoped that people’s efforts would help Nagaland in scaling new heights of development, which would contribute significantly to the progress and prosperity of the nation.
Federal Government of Nagaland (FGN) Kedahge (President) Gen. (Retd) Viyalie Metha today maintained the FGN recognizes the fact that the Indo-Naga conflict remains unresolved due to the “invasion and continued occupation” of “our land by India and Burma.”
In his address at the 72nd Nagaland Independence Day here, the FGN president reiterated that the long drawn Indo-Naga conflict is not an Indian internal law and order problem and that Nagas are not secessionists or insurgents. “The conflict is an international conflict of invasion by India and Burma. Nagas are only defending the Naga nation. Therefore, the conflict can only be resolved from an international level.”
UKHRUL | Aug 14 : Commemorating the 72nd Naga Independence Day, Naga Youth Locomotion for Peace (NYLFP) organised a mass walkathon and motor rallies and a confluence gathering today at Somdal village, demanding expedition of the on-going Indo-Naga Peace process in line with the Framework Agreement.
Chairman of Ukhrul ADC, K. Dickson, and president of ZTKL, PA. Epchan flagged off the motor rallies at Bakshi Mini Stadium, Dungrei Junction and Ringui village Junction simultaneously at 10 am, while chairman of VAC Phalee, RM Somingam kicked off the Walkathon from Phalee village to at 10:30 am. Various motor-bikers took part in the motor rallies and the walkathon event was accompanied by thousands of Ukhrul town residents and neighbouring villagers along with Somdal villagers from the three different points.
IMPHAL | Aug 14 : A public meeting against the implementation of Article 371 (A) or similar acts in the state was held at Nambol Keithel today.
It was jointly organised by United Peoples’ Front (UPF), Manipur, Bishnupur District Council, Chaokhat Khongthang Apunba Nupi Lup, Nambol and Nambol Women’s Vendor Association under the aegis of United Committee Manipur (UCM), said a release.