IMPHAL | Aug 29: With the Indo-Naga Peace Accord nearing its conclusion, speculations are high on part of tribes of Nagaland as well as neighbouring countries especially Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh.
Interestingly, eight tribes of Nagaland have unanimously resolved to approach Nagaland governor, RN Ravi, who is also the interlocutor of Indo-Naga peace talks; NSCN-IM and Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) to share contents of the peace talks in order to dispel unwanted suspicions.
According to reliable sources, representatives of the eight tribes comprising of Angami, Ao, Lotha, Sumi, Chakhesang, Zeliang, Pochury and Rengma resolved the same in a meeting held Wednesday at Angami Public Organisation (APO) hall.
It is said that the meeting also resolved to stand firm and united to help bring about early and honourable solution to the peace talks.
The source said that the approach to the stakeholders shall be only after a meeting with Eastern Nagaland Peoples Organisation (ENPO) tribes for which a meeting with ENPO tribes is being convened on August 31 at 8:30am at Hotel Acacia, Dimapur.indo-naga peace accord Naga solution Nagaland tribes NSCN IM