Saturday, April 1, 2023

NSCN (I-M), NNPGs to meet in Kolkata

Staff Reporter

NSCN (I-M) and Working Committee of the NNPGs are likely to hold another joint meeting, as a sequel to the joint declaration of ‘September Joint Accordant’ signed on September 14, 2022.
Though the meeting date and venue was not known, sources said that Naga Political Groups (NPGs) leaders from both the factions will be leaving for Kolkata on Monday, where the meeting is set to take place. According to sources, Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) is facilitating the meeting. In this regard, a seven-member FNR team left for Kolkata on Sunday led by its convenor Rev. Dr. Wati Aier.
NSCN (I-M) delegation will be led by vice chairman Tongmeth Wangnao and WC, NNPGs will be led by convenor N. Kitovi Zhimomi.
It may be recalled that the NSCN (I-M) and WC/NNPGs, besides signing the three-point joint accordant resolution, had reaffirmed its commitment “to a dialogue in order to move forward, live in peace and overcome the cynicism, anxiety, and disagreements…”
They also reaffirmed the June 13, 2009 ‘Covenant of Reconciliation’ and renewed “to work together in the spirit of love,” and desist from all forms of armed violence and refrain from indulging in violence of words through print and social media among Naga Political Groups and the general public. “We solemnly affirm the offer of togetherness from God in Christ. This is the Naga belonging renewed and restored with God and with each other,” they added.


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