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Centre, NSCN urged to settle Naga issue soon

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IMPHAL, July 31 - The United Naga Council (UNC) has urged the Government of India (GoI) and the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) to translate and finalise the Framework Agreement with political will which is acceptable and honourable to the Naga people based on the unique history of the Nagas at the earliest.

In a press release, UNC general secretary S Milan said, the Naga people have been patiently waiting for Indo-Naga political settlement at the earliest as it is impossible for the Naga tribals to protect, defend and safeguard our life, land, history, identity, tradition and culture, after the signing of the Indo-Naga Cease Fire Agreement that came into effect from August 1,1997.

The historic Indo-Naga Framework Agreement was signed between the GoI and the NSCN on August 3 last year in New Delhi, it said.

It appealed to the tribes, women and students/youths, church leaders, villages and others to observe August 3 this year as a �Historic Day� in their respective jurisdictions by taking up special prayer programme for early settlement of Indo-Naga Framework Agreement.

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Centre, NSCN urged to settle Naga issue soon

IMPHAL, July 31 - The United Naga Council (UNC) has urged the Government of India (GoI) and the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) to translate and finalise the Framework Agreement with political will which is acceptable and honourable to the Naga people based on the unique history of the Nagas at the earliest.

In a press release, UNC general secretary S Milan said, the Naga people have been patiently waiting for Indo-Naga political settlement at the earliest as it is impossible for the Naga tribals to protect, defend and safeguard our life, land, history, identity, tradition and culture, after the signing of the Indo-Naga Cease Fire Agreement that came into effect from August 1,1997.

The historic Indo-Naga Framework Agreement was signed between the GoI and the NSCN on August 3 last year in New Delhi, it said.

It appealed to the tribes, women and students/youths, church leaders, villages and others to observe August 3 this year as a �Historic Day� in their respective jurisdictions by taking up special prayer programme for early settlement of Indo-Naga Framework Agreement.

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