I-Day celebrations: Nagaland CM asked for ‘mutual’ understanding for peace

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The peace talks between the Centre and Naga groups have been on a stalemate with NSCN (IM) sticking to its demands for a separate flag and a constitution.
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"Partial lifting of AFSPA makes no difference": Nagaland CM Rio
Nagaland CM Neiphiu Rio | file

Guwahati: All the negotiating parties, involved in the Naga peace process, were asked to “rise above differences” to reach an early solution on Independence Day celebrations.

On Monday, Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio has urged, “All negotiating parties to listen to the voice of the people sidelining the differences and hear the cry of the people for a solution to the age old problem.”

He also said that the negotiating parties have been working in full swing and would continue to work till all issues are resolved.

He added: “Naga people want an early, inclusive, honourable and acceptable solution. I appeal to the Naga people to be patient and accommodative.”

The peace talks between the Centre and Naga groups have been on a stalemate with Naga rebel group of National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) or NSCN (IM) sticking to its demands for a separate flag and a constitution.

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