No talks yet with centre on Naga issue: Manipur government

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Guwahati: The Manipur authorities on Wednesday stated it had no discussions with the central authorities until date on the Naga peace talks.

Rehanuddin Choudhury, joint secretary (dwelling), stated the Manipur authorities had earlier requested the Union dwelling ministry to offer a duplicate of the draft accord not less than a month earlier than the date mounted for session in order that the state authorities may specific its views and feedback.

Talks between NSCN-IM and the federal government of India are caught in a stalemate with the NSCN-IM in search of the substitute of interlocutor RN Ravi. NSCN-IM has been demanding a separate flag and structure, which the Centre has dominated out.

Higher Nagalim has been one in every of NSCN-IM’s core calls for. Higher Nagalim stipulates the combination of Naga inhabited areas of Assam, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Myanmar.

In the meantime, Nagaland’s opposition get together, Naga Peoples Entrance (NPF), has resolved to withdraw membership from the Joint Legislators Discussion board (JLF) on Naga political situation on the grounds of “big belief deficit”, notably because the ruling dispensation has no confidence with the NPF legislators.

JLF is a platform of legislators in Nagaland to facilitate peace parleys between the Naga political teams and the Centre.

NPF had demanded a three-day session to debate a number of points confronting the Naga individuals, together with the political situation.

However the session was just for a day. NPF stated JLF has turn out to be a “mere discussion board with none tangible roadmap to the political situation”.

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