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Nagaland Cong flays Centre on peace pact

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DIMAPUR, Aug 9 - The Nagaland Congress has flayed the Centre for backtracking from its agreement and commitment made to the NSCN-IM. It has also expressed reservations over a solution honourable and acceptable to all Naga people since all the Nagas were not taken on board before signing of the peace accord.

AICC member and former NPCC president KV Pusa said as per the commitment, the accord should have been signed by the Prime Minister of India and the ato kilonser (prime minister) of NSCN-IM government.

He said the two entities had agreed to have dialogue at the Prime Minister�s level. �Can an accord signed by an interlocutor be termed as historic?� he asked. He said any agreement should have been signed between government and government but it was signed by an Interlocutor.

The AICC member said instead of the accord being historic it was only a kind of formality.

Pusa further maintained that it was totally arrogance on the part of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government not only to keep a large section of people in the dark about the impending solution but also other key players like the NSCN (Khaplang), NSCN (Khole-Kitovi) and the Naga National Council (NNC). He insisted that organisations and churches in Nagalandf state should have been consulted before signing of an accord.

Pusa felt that the Centre was trying to bring a solution through the backdoor without taking all on board.

He said if all were not taken into consideration there would be no possibility of honourable and acceptable solution to all.

The senior Congress member said the Naga people are less enthusiastic about the accord as they were kept in the dark and were apprehensive of more bloodshed in the society.

Pusa also said the BJP was contradicting among itself on the recently signed accord. He said some BJP leaders said it was a �political accord� while other said it was a �political framework�. �What is the difference between the two?�, he sought to know.

In the interest of the Naga young generation, any accord should be once and for all so that the finality of a solution would be welcomed, he said.

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Nagaland Cong flays Centre on peace pact

DIMAPUR, Aug 9 - The Nagaland Congress has flayed the Centre for backtracking from its agreement and commitment made to the NSCN-IM. It has also expressed reservations over a solution honourable and acceptable to all Naga people since all the Nagas were not taken on board before signing of the peace accord.

AICC member and former NPCC president KV Pusa said as per the commitment, the accord should have been signed by the Prime Minister of India and the ato kilonser (prime minister) of NSCN-IM government.

He said the two entities had agreed to have dialogue at the Prime Minister�s level. �Can an accord signed by an interlocutor be termed as historic?� he asked. He said any agreement should have been signed between government and government but it was signed by an Interlocutor.

The AICC member said instead of the accord being historic it was only a kind of formality.

Pusa further maintained that it was totally arrogance on the part of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government not only to keep a large section of people in the dark about the impending solution but also other key players like the NSCN (Khaplang), NSCN (Khole-Kitovi) and the Naga National Council (NNC). He insisted that organisations and churches in Nagalandf state should have been consulted before signing of an accord.

Pusa felt that the Centre was trying to bring a solution through the backdoor without taking all on board.

He said if all were not taken into consideration there would be no possibility of honourable and acceptable solution to all.

The senior Congress member said the Naga people are less enthusiastic about the accord as they were kept in the dark and were apprehensive of more bloodshed in the society.

Pusa also said the BJP was contradicting among itself on the recently signed accord. He said some BJP leaders said it was a �political accord� while other said it was a �political framework�. �What is the difference between the two?�, he sought to know.

In the interest of the Naga young generation, any accord should be once and for all so that the finality of a solution would be welcomed, he said.