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Gaonburas for inclusive solution to Naga tangle

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DIMAPUR, Aug 4 - The gaonburas from Nagaland have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take on board all Naga national political groups for finding a lasting and peaceful solution to the Naga political issue.

According to reports, a 15-member delegation of the Nagaland GBs Federation (NGBF), which called on the Prime Minister in New Delhi on Thursday, submitted a memorandum to him, appealing that any solution to the long-pending Naga issue should be inclusive. Though the content of the memorandum was not disclosed, Modi appreciated the �well drafted memorandum�, according to a report in a local daily.

The delegation conveyed to Modi the same concern shared with RN Ravi, the interlocutor for Naga talks, a day before, to include the six Naga national political groups in the peace process and also to revive the ceasefire with the NSCN-K.

NGBF president Shalem Konyak reiterated the organisation�s stand for an inclusive solution to the Naga issue, while apprising the Prime Minister of the sufferings of the gaonburas in the State.

Meanwhile, the PMO in a communiqu� stated that Modi was pleased to meet the gaonburas and also expressed his happiness that they had come with a message of peace.

The delegation affirmed to extend wholehearted support to the Prime Minister for the Naga peace process.

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Gaonburas for inclusive solution to Naga tangle

DIMAPUR, Aug 4 - The gaonburas from Nagaland have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take on board all Naga national political groups for finding a lasting and peaceful solution to the Naga political issue.

According to reports, a 15-member delegation of the Nagaland GBs Federation (NGBF), which called on the Prime Minister in New Delhi on Thursday, submitted a memorandum to him, appealing that any solution to the long-pending Naga issue should be inclusive. Though the content of the memorandum was not disclosed, Modi appreciated the �well drafted memorandum�, according to a report in a local daily.

The delegation conveyed to Modi the same concern shared with RN Ravi, the interlocutor for Naga talks, a day before, to include the six Naga national political groups in the peace process and also to revive the ceasefire with the NSCN-K.

NGBF president Shalem Konyak reiterated the organisation�s stand for an inclusive solution to the Naga issue, while apprising the Prime Minister of the sufferings of the gaonburas in the State.

Meanwhile, the PMO in a communiqu� stated that Modi was pleased to meet the gaonburas and also expressed his happiness that they had come with a message of peace.

The delegation affirmed to extend wholehearted support to the Prime Minister for the Naga peace process.

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