Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Reconciliation is a must for true healing to take place: GPRN/NSCN

GPRN/NSCN on Sunday said that reconciliation was a must for true healing to take place within the Naga family and asserted that “without coming together and work in unison for a common aspiration, Naga’s future is heading to obscurity.”
Putting on record the September 14 ‘September Joint Accordant’ and the October 17-18 ‘Kolkata Meeting’ and subsequent formation of the Council of Naga Relationships and Cooperation (CoNRC) under the initiative of Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR), GPRN/NSCN through its MIP said it firmly believed that “…to explore, at the earliest, realistic ways for Nagas to move forward on the basis of Naga historical and political rights” was not only a glimmer of hope but in earnest for a timely Indo-Naga political resolution.
Unlike the past failed agreements, GPRN/NSCN said opting for the realistic and practical ways would certainly yield a positive result in time.
It further extended deep appreciation to the Naga national leaders of NNPGs, NSCN (I-M) and Rev. Dr. Wati Aier led Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) members for re-committing themselves and putting in extra effort to restrengthen Covenant of Reconciliation (CoR).
While joining hands with FNR initiated CoNRC, GPRN/NSCN called upon fellow Naga brethren to jointly participate and support this process of shaping and building a shared future.

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