DIMAPUR, April 2 - Stating that the Indo-Naga talks were on the verge of conclusion to create a new history for the Nagas, the NSCN-IM has appealed to all the Naga people to be cautious in words and deeds, or otherwise it could have a detrimental effect on the political talks process.
In order to resume the Indo-Naga political talks process, the collective leadership of NSCN-IM led by its general secretary Th. Muivah and vice president �general� (retired) Kholi and dialogue team members left for Delhi yesterday, the outfit informed in a release. The NSCN-IM collective leadership was here in Nagaland to attend the 38th Naga Republic Day celebration, NSCN council meeting and the two-day Tatar Hoho Budget session.
�It would be unwise to indulge in shortsighted thinking and magnifying rumours that could led to momentary emotional outburst, but would be apt to patiently wait for a better future under the final solution,� the release stated. The NSCN-IM maintained that it is representing the Nagas and is working out what is best for the them and will never let down the Nagas with regard to the anticipated solution.
It therefore urged and appealed to all �Nagas across the length and breadth of Nagalim for constant prayer and policy support for an early solution.�