Nagaland Assembly adopts resolution on Naga political issue

 The Nagaland Legislative Assembly today adopted a five-point resolution on the Naga political issue.

Kohima: The Nagaland Legislative Assembly today adopted a five-point resolution on the Naga political issue.

After discussing the issue for two days on July 23 and July 24, the House today unanimously reiterated the earlier resolutions of the Assembly dated December 12, 1964, August 28, 1970,

September 16, 1994 and December 18, 2003, demanding integration of all contiguous Naga-inhabited areas under one administrative umbrella, and to urge upon the Centre to fulfil the same.

The House also urged the Centre and the NSCN(K) to resume the ceasefire agreement and to create a more peaceful and congenial atmosphere for the smooth progress of the Naga political dialogue.

They also appealed to the Centre to withdraw the declaration of the whole state of Nagaland as disturbed area under the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act 1958.

The House requested all Naga nationalist groups and civil societies to unite and work for the early settlement of the Naga political issue.

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