NPF Manipur urges GoI to expedite Indo-Naga political talk

Senapati, December 19 (NNN): The Naga People’s Front, Manipur State Unit (NPF, MSU) has urged the Government of India “to kindly expedite the ongoing Indo-Naga political dialogue and bring the negotiation to its logical conclusion at the earliest.”

 

The NPF, Manipur State Unit in a statement issued by its secretary Aripou Ringkangmai said that “the continuation of stalemate only invites more problems and keeping suspension has created so many collateral damages.” The NPF, therefore, urged the Government of India to bring “durable and acceptable solution at the earliest so as to avoid political mileage being taken by some political party.”

 

According to the NPF unit, its office bearers and the party legislators had a “marathon” meeting on December 13 at its working office, Imphal pertaining to the issue as well as on the “state political scenario”. It said that the meeting deliberated at length the “present political scenario” and the stand of the NPF as a party and the need to “give out this press release” for all sections of the society to avoid confusion.

 

The NPF Manipur State Unit said it “stands for peaceful co-existence of all people and value respect of one another’s rights, cultures and sentiments.” Therefore, it called upon all concerned to “kindly desist from giving any loose comments that will hurt sentiments of others.”