DIMAPUR, JUNE 13 (MExN): The Eastern Nagaland Peoples Organization (ENPO) on Wednesday said it would continue to demand for a ‘Frontier Nagaland State,’ reaffirming a resolution which was adopted on May 25, 2007 at Tuensang.
A press release from media cell, ENPO said this resolution was made during the special general session cum felicitation program in honour of the 20 elected members of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly on June 12 at Town Hall, Tuensang.
Basing on the August 24, 2012 resolution, the ENPO also said the public of Eastern Nagaland would continue to firmly reject any form of economic package both by the centre and the state other than a Separate Assembly, Separate Administration and Capital of its own.
It also unanimously reaffirmed the December 18, 2007 Tuensang summit resolution that, there should be no bloodshed, threat, intimidation or any form of violence within Eastern Nagaland jurisdiction. The ENPO shall not extend any public co-operation to any group(s) for non-compliance of the above, it added.