Friday, January 27, 2023

GoI, ENPO meet inconclusive; talks to resume next week


After having claimed that the Central government had agreed for a separate State of Frontier Nagaland, Eastern Nagaland People’s Organisation (ENPO) said the meeting at Guwahati on Thursday remained inconclusive.
Speaking to Nagaland Post, a ENPO leader said the meeting with Central government representatives at Guwahati went on for about three hours and that talks with the Centre would resume again next week.
He claimed that both the parties – the Centre and ENPO – were putting all their efforts and wisdom to come to a logical conclusion on the issue at the earliest.
Frontier Nagaland talks team and ENPO officer-bearers and executives attended the meeting.
Sources told Nagaland Post that the central team at the meeting presented a blueprint to the ENPO delegation. The sources, however, remained tight-lipped on the content of the blueprint.
Meanwhile, ENPO has convened a meeting on January 7 and invited all ENPO tribal leaders, frontal organisation, Eastern Nagaland Legislators’ Union, Eastern Nagaland Gazetted Officers’ Association. The meeting is likely to decide the fate of the demand for Frontier Nagaland.

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