Arabinda Rajkhowa meets NSCN leaders
An 18 member ULFA team led by its chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa has made a courtesy visit to GPRN/NSCN camp near Dimapur.
Kohima: An 18 member ULFA team led by its
chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa has made a courtesy visit to
GPRN/NSCN camp near Dimapur and met the top leaders of the
Naga outfit as a gesture towards building better
understanding between the people of the two neighbouring
The ULFA team expressed solidarity to the Naga people for
exhibiting great courage in undertaking the Naga
re-conciliation process, a joint statement issued by the two
organisations said after yesterday?s meeting at Khehoi camp of
NSCN led by Khole Konyak and N Kitovi Zhimomi.
"Having acknowledged the age old bond shared by the Nagas
and the Assamese, the two sides agreed to further forge a
closer relationship to maintain peace and tranquillity between
the two peoples," the joint statement received here today
The pro-talk ULFA leaders met GPRN/NSCN chairman Khole
Konyak, its general secretary Kitovi Zhimomi and others at the
designated camp on the outskirts of Dimapur.
The statement said both sides also affirmed to work in
close co-ordination with each other and pursue their
respective political issues with the Government of India in
consultation with their people and seek honourable and
acceptable permanent political solutions through peaceful