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Nagaland CM meeting on Naga Issue
Source: Press CM Nagaland *

Imphal, November 05 2017: On 4th November 2017, Hon'ble Chief Minister Shri T.R.Zeliang along with his full team of DAN Cabinet and Hon'ble M.P.Shri Neiphiu Rio had a meeting with Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region and MoS (Prime Minister's Office).

The meeting was held at Nagaland House, 29 Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Road, New Delhi.

Shri Bhaskar Khulbe, IAS, Secretary to Prime Minister was also present in the meeting.

Hon'ble Chief Minister appreciated the leadership and vision of Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for having ensured that we are very near to the final settlement of the Naga Political issue.

Further, Hon'ble Chief Minister emphasized that it is essential that the process for finalizing the final solution to its logical end is expedited.

Hon'ble Chief Minister mentioned that it has been 20 years ofnegotiations and with the State scheduled to have Assembly Polls early next year, it is important that settlement of Naga Political issue is done before the elections.



Nagaland CM meeting  on Naga Issue
Nagaland CM meeting on Naga Issue


Hon'ble M.P.Shri Neiphiu Rio also highlighted that this is the most opportune time for a final settlement with BJP Governments in Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh and it will be in the interest of all if the settlement is done before Christmas.

Hon'ble Chief Minister and his colleagues also apprised Dr Jitendra Singh of their interactions with Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh and Shri R N Ravi, Interlocutor for Naga Peace Talks.

Dr Jitendra Singh appreciated the initiative of Chief Minister Nagaland and his colleagues for highlighting the need for an early solution and hoped that settlement of Naga Political Issue will be done soon.

Later in the evening, Hon'ble Chief Minister Shri T.R.Zeliang along with his full team of DAN Cabinet and Hon'ble M.P.Shri Neiphiu Rio had a meeting with the Working Group for the six NNPGs who have been invited by Government of India to be a part of the talks.

The leaders of the NNPGs present in the meeting included Mr..NKitovi Zhimomi.

Convener.

Working Committee, and Co- Conveners - Mr.Zhopra Vero, Mr.Hozheto Chophy, Mr..VNagi, Mr.Kiumukam and Mr.Wangtin Naga and Mr.Alezo Venuh, Envoy.

The meeting was held at Nagaland House, 29 Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Road, New Delhi.

Hon'ble Chief Minister appreciated the initiative of involving the six NNPGs in the talks as it is essential for an inclusive and durable solution to the long standing Naga Political issue that all groups and sections of society are involved and taken on board.

He complimented the leaders of the NNPGs for their vision and maturity in joining the talks and hoped that with the sincerity being shown by Government of India, the final settlement seems to be very near.

Hon'ble Chief Minister mentioned that it has been 20 years of negotiations and with the State scheduled to have Assembly Polls early next year, it is important that settlement of Naga Political issue is done before the elections.

Hon'ble M.P.Shri Neiphiu Rio also highlighted that this is the most opportune time for a final settlement with BJP Governments in Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh and it will be in the interest of all if the settlement is done before Christmas.

Hon'ble Chief Minister and his colleagues also apprised the leaders of NNPGs of their interactions with Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh, Shri R N Ravi, Interlocutor for Naga Peace Talks and Dr Jitendra Singh , MoS PMO earlier.

Mr N Kitovi, Convenor of the Working Group of six NNPGs appreciated the efforts made byChief Minister Nagaland and his colleagues in ensuring that Government of India involves the six NNPGs in the talks.

He further highlighted the need for an early solution and hoped that settlement of Naga Political Issue will be done before elections.Mr Wangtin and other leaders also impressed upon Chief Minister and all leaders to continue working towards ensuring a final settlement of Naga Political Issue that is inclusive, honourable and acceptable to all for long standing Peace in the State.

​Those present in the meetings included the following 1.​ Shri Neiphiu Rio, Member of Parliament Lok Sabha 2.​Shri Imkong Imchen, Minister , Nagaland.

3.​Shri..GKaito, Minister, Nagaland.

4.​Shri Tokheho Yepthomi, Minister Nagaland.

5​Shri Y.Patton, Minister, Nagaland.

6.​Dr.Nicky Kire, Minister, Nagaland.

7.​Shri Kipli Sangtam, Minister Nagaland.

​ 8.​Shri E.E.Pangteang, Minister, Nagaland 9.​Shri.Mmhonlumo Kikon, Minister, Nagaland​ 10.​Shri Kejong Chang , Minister, Nagaland.

11.​Shri.Neiba Kronu, Minister Nagaland 12.​Shri Imtilemba Sangtam, Minister, Nagaland 13.​Shri S.I.Jamir, Advisor, Nagaland 14.​Shri C.M.Chang, Advisor, Nagaland 15.​Shri.Pukhayi, Advisor 16.​Shri Hukavi, Advisor On 5th November 2017, Hon'ble Chief Minister Shri T.R.Zeliang along with his colleagues in DAN Cabinet had a meeting with Shri Ajeet Doval, National Security Advisor with regard to the early resolution of the Naga Political Issue.

Hon'ble Chief Minister appreciated the leadership and vision of Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for the significant progress made in the negotiations for the final settlement of the Naga Political issue.

Hon'ble Chief Minister mentioned that it has been 20 years ofnegotiations for the 70 year old Naga Political Issue.

This has been the mother of all unresolved challenges in the North East and it is imperative that the same is settled for long standing peace in the region.

Given the progress made and specially with the involvement of the six NNPG groups along with NSCN IM in the talks, this is the most opportune time for a solution.

Further, given that the State is scheduled to have Assembly Polls early next year, it is important that settlement of Naga Political issue is done before the elections.

It was also highlighted that this is the most opportune time for a final settlement with BJP Governments in Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh and it will be in the interest of all if the settlement is done before Christmas.

Hon'ble Chief Minister and his colleagues also apprised Shri Doval of their interactions with Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh, Shri R N Ravi, Interlocutor for Naga Peace Talks and Dr Jitendra Singh, Minister of State in DONER & PMO.

Shri Imkong Imchen Minister also mentioned that in the interest of a solution, State elections can be deferred also.

Shri Doval appreciated the initiative of Chief Minister Nagaland and his colleagues for highlighting the need for an early solution and hopedthat settlement of Naga Political Issue will be done soon.

He mentioned that everyone wishes for an early solution and it is important to look at what one can do towards achieving that objective.

He also asked the State Ministers to suggest what all can Government of India do for a solution before Christmas.

He emphasized that once the agreement is reached it will be essential for all concerned to build the right socio political environment to make all stakeholders join hand for successful implementation of the agreement.

He mentioned that the advise of the State Government will be fully considered by Government of India.

It has to be a win-win situation for all.

We have to together create a congenial atmosphere for acceptance of the agreement between Government of India and Naga National groups so that one can move ahead on the path of development and leave the history of clashes and violence behind.

Chief Minister assured that State Government will do everything possible for facilitating the solution.

​Those present in the meetings included the following 1.Shri Imkong Imchen, Minister , Nagaland.

2.Shri.

.GKaito, Minister, Nagaland.

3.Shri Kipli Sangtam, Minister Nagaland.

​ 4.Shri.

Mmhonlumo Kikon, Minister, Nagaland​ 5.Shri.

Neiba Kronu, Minister Nagaland 6.Shri Imtilemba Sangtam, Minister, Nagaland 7.Shri C.M.Chang, Advisor, Nagaland 8.Shri Hukavi, Advisor .

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