NSCN (IM) leaders with Gaon Buras and Naga public leaders from Rengma Naga Hills and Karbi Anglong, Assam on November 10 at CHQ Hebron.
NSCN (IM) holds ‘intensive’ consultative meeting with Naga leaders
Hebron, November 10 (MExN): An intensive consultative meeting was held between the NSCN (IM) and various Gaon Buras and Naga public leaders from the Rengma Naga Hills and Karbi Anglong, Assam on November 10 at CHQ Hebron.
Led by Hukavi Yepthomi, Kilo Kilonser, GPRN and Lieutenant General Ningkhan Shimray, Political Commissar, NSCN, the meeting was also attended by a host of senior GPRN leaders including Steering Committee members, Kilonsers, Deputy Kilonsers, Cabinet Secretary, Kilo Secretary & staff from the GPRN Secretariats.
According to a press release from Ministry of Information and Publicity, NSCN (IM), the Kilo Kilonser and the Political Commissar thoroughly briefed the members present on the ongoing political talk which is in advanced stage.
The GPRN leaders also stressed on the need for active participation of the public leaders, stating it is the need of the hour. Framework Agreement, they stated, is “the highway for complete independence of the Nagas, wherein the unique history & the legitimate rights of the Nagas have been firmly asserted & recognized to be the basis for political solution,” the release said.
Meanwhile, the public leaders acknowledged the “dynamic political leadership” of the NSCN in signing the Framework Agreement with the Government of India on August 3, 2015, the release informed. They strongly reiterated the urgent need for the land of the Nagas in Assam “which has been snatched away arbitrarily by the greedy land encroachers to be restored to the rightful Naga owners in the event of the final solution.”
The public leaders also affirmed their support to the Framework Agreement and the leadership of the NSCN/GPRN, it was informed.
The meeting, which was conducted by M. Daniel Lotha, the Kilo Secretary, concluded with a vote of thanks by Tennyson Rengma, Tatar, & benediction pronounced by Kesenga Rengma, President of Western Rengma Baptist Association. Earlier, the invocation was pronounced by Pastor James Rengma.