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Framework pact signed: NSCN (IM)

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DIMAPUR, Aug 3 - After signing a historic peace accord with the government of India on Monday, the NSCN (IM) has said a framework agreement has been concluded based on the unique history and position of the Nagas and recognising the universal principle that sovereignty lies with the people in a democracy.

The outfit, in a statement issued by its MIP (Ministry of Information and Publicity) on Monday night, said better understanding has been arrived at and appreciated the Naga people and the people of India for exercising unprecedented patience in supporting the Indo-Naga peace process.

It was also all praise for the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his statesmanship shown towards finding a possible final political solution.

�With all faith and confidence we believe that an honourable peaceful political solution will be worked out before long,� the statement said.

The NSCN (IM) recalled that after decades of confrontation and untold sufferings, the Nagas responded to have political dialogue with the government of India in view of the acknowledgement that the latter will seek peaceful solution leaving aside military solution to the Naga issue.

Maintaining that the attitude of the Nagas towards India changed considerably when the BJP government took realistic steps in recognising the �Unique history and situation of the Nagas� on July 11, 2002, the statement said. It demonstrated the desire for a lasting and honourable political solution of the issue.

The NSCN (IM) praised and thanked God for peace while invoking His blessings for India, her people and the leadership, while also thanking the Naga people for their unparalleled support. �We know they can do better still in the days to come,� it hoped.

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Framework pact signed: NSCN (IM)

DIMAPUR, Aug 3 - After signing a historic peace accord with the government of India on Monday, the NSCN (IM) has said a framework agreement has been concluded based on the unique history and position of the Nagas and recognising the universal principle that sovereignty lies with the people in a democracy.

The outfit, in a statement issued by its MIP (Ministry of Information and Publicity) on Monday night, said better understanding has been arrived at and appreciated the Naga people and the people of India for exercising unprecedented patience in supporting the Indo-Naga peace process.

It was also all praise for the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his statesmanship shown towards finding a possible final political solution.

�With all faith and confidence we believe that an honourable peaceful political solution will be worked out before long,� the statement said.

The NSCN (IM) recalled that after decades of confrontation and untold sufferings, the Nagas responded to have political dialogue with the government of India in view of the acknowledgement that the latter will seek peaceful solution leaving aside military solution to the Naga issue.

Maintaining that the attitude of the Nagas towards India changed considerably when the BJP government took realistic steps in recognising the �Unique history and situation of the Nagas� on July 11, 2002, the statement said. It demonstrated the desire for a lasting and honourable political solution of the issue.

The NSCN (IM) praised and thanked God for peace while invoking His blessings for India, her people and the leadership, while also thanking the Naga people for their unparalleled support. �We know they can do better still in the days to come,� it hoped.