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Demand for white paper on Naga Agreement

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IMPHAL, March 25 - Demanding a white paper on the Naga Framework Agreement, Manipur Muslim Welfare Association has launched a 24-hour bandh starting 6 pm today in the State.

Association president Abdullah Pathan demanded that the BJP-led Government should produce the white paper on the agreement signed between NSCN(IM) and the Centre within 24 hours.

The bandh follows NSCN(IM) general secretary Th Muivah�s reported remark recently that the Framework Agreement, which was signed two years ago, recognised the demand to integrate all Naga inhabited areas in the region.

Pathan also urged the State Government to make public any �hidden agenda� behind the induction of a Naga Peoples Front (NPF) MLA in the new Council of Ministers and criticised NPF for its reluctance to identify itself as

Manipuris.

The Centre has today strongly refuted as �erroneous� the reports that it has agreed to carve out a larger Nagaland State. � PTI

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Demand for white paper on Naga Agreement

IMPHAL, March 25 - Demanding a white paper on the Naga Framework Agreement, Manipur Muslim Welfare Association has launched a 24-hour bandh starting 6 pm today in the State.

Association president Abdullah Pathan demanded that the BJP-led Government should produce the white paper on the agreement signed between NSCN(IM) and the Centre within 24 hours.

The bandh follows NSCN(IM) general secretary Th Muivah�s reported remark recently that the Framework Agreement, which was signed two years ago, recognised the demand to integrate all Naga inhabited areas in the region.

Pathan also urged the State Government to make public any �hidden agenda� behind the induction of a Naga Peoples Front (NPF) MLA in the new Council of Ministers and criticised NPF for its reluctance to identify itself as

Manipuris.

The Centre has today strongly refuted as �erroneous� the reports that it has agreed to carve out a larger Nagaland State. � PTI