Tripartite talk in stalemate as UNC sticks to its earlier stand, State representatives sets July 28 for next round of talk

IT News
Imphal, May 19,

Tripartite talk between the United Naga Council (UNC), Manipur Government and Central Government is in stalemate as the UNC sticks to its earlier stand regarding the creation of new districts.
As scheduled earlier, the seventh round of tripartite talk was held today at Senapati district head quarter. Agriculture Minister V. Hangkhalian and Education Minister Thokchom Radheshyam represent the talk as representatives of the government of Manipur.
The UNC team who attended in today’s talk are Gaidon kamei , president, Ng. Lorho , VP, S. Milan, General Secy., Gabriel Chinir, Asst. General Secy. , Rockson Shimray, Art and Culture Secy., Ws. Kanral, Speaker, , L. Adani, Advisor, KS. Paul Leo Ex-president of the UNC, Joshep Adnai , president of ANSAM, Asha Wungnam , President of the Naga Women Union and Solomon Arow President of the Naga Peoples’ Organisation (NPO).
Satyendra Grag, Joint Secretary (NE), Union Ministry of Home Affairs, attended as representative of the India Government.
In the last round talk held on March 23, the UNC had straight away stated that there will be no agreement unless the government of Manipur rolls back the creation of the new districts.
In today’s talk , the points agreed during the last talk at the same place were reviewed and UNC representatives showed strong reaction to the non adherence of the three points.
As per source the UNC stated that there was non adherence to the 4 memorandum of understanding with the government of Manipur and the government of India ‘s assurance on the matter. The UNC also stated that the state government had assured to  issue advisory to concern authorities to ease out problem faced by general public subsequent to creation of new districts and also assured to finalize its stand on the UNC demand by April 10, 2018 and to inform the matter to both the Government of India and the UNC.
As none of the assurance could be presented in today’s meeting from the side of the Government of Manipur the state government representatives agreed to prepare concrete proposal in the next round of talks which will be held on July 28, 2018.

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