The great leveller
The Telegraph | Nishit Dholabhai | Dimapur/Kohima, Feb. 21:
In Dimapur, a man shuttled between two rooms, trying hard to co-ordinate between the two groups of occupants. The scene could well be out of a slapstick comedy.
Only that the occupants here are two rival militant groups and the harried man is the chief agent of a candidate in Nagaland who is trying to co-ordinate between the rivals who are ready to jump at each other's throat but have agreed to be on the same side for the polls. The agent offers a joint meeting but the rebel groups flatly refuse. “This is not a reconciliation meeting,” a militant tells the agent, referring to the Church-led attempt to have reconciliation among factions.
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