NSF urges PM for solution of Naga political problem
Kohima: The Naga Students` Federation (NSF) has urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to take a decisive step in bringing an honourable solution to the Naga political problem.
In a memorandum to the PM on Thursday, the NSF said 16 years has completed since the Centre initiated the Naga peace process but there was not much progress in finding an honourable solution to the Naga political issue.
The NSF said the organisation knew the PM was engrossed with many issues confronting the government, but the Naga peace process was also equally important to be dealt with seriously, it said.
"We urge you to concretize the political talks and take a decisive step in bringing an honourable solution" to the Naga political problem, the NSF said.
The NSF leaders had met AICC vice-president Rahul Gandhi and BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi yesterday and urged them to look into the issue.
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