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Naga Students’ Federation unhappy with the new development within NSCN (R)

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Nov 21:

The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) shows serious concerns to the recent development within the NSCN (R) group at a critical juncture where the entire Naga people are striving towards unity to pave way for a peaceful settlement to the protracted Indo-Naga political issue.
“The students’ fraternity and the Naga youths staunchly discourage all such disruptions in the process of the impending political settlement and object to any elements seeking to further divide and fragment the Naga people. We urge upon all the Naga Political Groups to shed their differences and come on a common platform, to find the best possible path and solution in the present political circumstances, without losing sight of the unique political history of the Nagas for lasting peace in the region”, a statement by NSF President Kegwayhun said.
It added that the palpable differences in ideology and approach within and amongst various ranks and files of the Naga Political Groups have caused our society much harm than good despite all that they have achieved on different negotiating tables.
“The Federation appreciate all the Naga Political Groups for their contributions and milestones achieved towards furthering the Naga cause. We the younger generation sincerely appeal to all the political groups to forge a unified front in the interest of those who will inherit the outcome of the political negotiation. Furthermore, we reaffirm our stand that the guiding principle should uncompromisingly remain focused on ‘Naga Political cause, one solution’, and it is possible only if there is a deep political understanding of the subject among the NPGs”, the statement added.

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