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NMA urges PM to reconsider imposition of DAA

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Kohima, Jan 9: Naga Mothers Association, NMA yesterday urged the Centre to reconsider the imposition of Disturbed Area Act and also to postpone the state Assembly  election due this year. In a letter addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, NMA said as mothers and Naga women they are deeply encouraged that the NSCN (IM) and the Naga national political groups are now in serious dialogue with the Centre under his leadership. NMA said the aspirations of Naga women for peace and a solution to the prolonged Naga political issue lies at the heart and home of every Naga woman. Maintaining that due chance must be given for the ongoing peace dialogue with different political groups to take its course, the NMA said the electoral process should be postponed for sometime, till the peace talk is resolved. The association urged the Prime Minister to keep his commitment made to the Naga people to resolve the Naga  political issue within a specific period in the interest of peace and political justice for the Naga people

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