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�Nagaland Govt to be more aggressive on Indo-Naga issue�

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DIMAPUR, March 24 - Nagaland Chief Minister Dr Shurhozelie Leizietsu said the State Government has been playing the role of facilitator to find a solution to the Indo-Naga issue but it alone will not be sufficient. �Now, the government has to be more aggressive,� Shurhozelie asserted in his reply to the debate on the motion of thanks to the Governor�s address, in State Assembly today. He added that the government must have hard talk with all the factions.

Maintaining that �Naga problem is different�, the Chief Minister said, �We have our own history and that history has been recognised by the Government of India as unique.� He also stated that it is too early for the Nagas to forget the sufferings that our people faced in the 50s and about the sacrifices our patriots made in their time. He also said the Nagaland Government has been informing the Centre that solution to the Naga political problem has become more urgent than ever.

Shurhozelie acknowledged the bold decision taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to solve the Naga political problem. �Therefore, it is time for us all to work hard and be more aggressive to solve the Naga political problem,� he stated. The Chief Minister appealed to the 60 legislators who carry the mandate of the people to come together and have the same opinion to bring the people together and solve the Naga problem.

On the Indo-Myanmar border issue, the CM stated that he will make sure that the traditional right of the Nagas to move about freely within their own ancestral land is not taken away or restricted.

He added that with the support of Government of India they were able to influence the Myanmar Government to stop the construction of fencing. A resolution was adopted on construction of fencing on the Indo-Myanmar border in Nagaland.

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�Nagaland Govt to be more aggressive on Indo-Naga issue�

DIMAPUR, March 24 - Nagaland Chief Minister Dr Shurhozelie Leizietsu said the State Government has been playing the role of facilitator to find a solution to the Indo-Naga issue but it alone will not be sufficient. �Now, the government has to be more aggressive,� Shurhozelie asserted in his reply to the debate on the motion of thanks to the Governor�s address, in State Assembly today. He added that the government must have hard talk with all the factions.

Maintaining that �Naga problem is different�, the Chief Minister said, �We have our own history and that history has been recognised by the Government of India as unique.� He also stated that it is too early for the Nagas to forget the sufferings that our people faced in the 50s and about the sacrifices our patriots made in their time. He also said the Nagaland Government has been informing the Centre that solution to the Naga political problem has become more urgent than ever.

Shurhozelie acknowledged the bold decision taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to solve the Naga political problem. �Therefore, it is time for us all to work hard and be more aggressive to solve the Naga political problem,� he stated. The Chief Minister appealed to the 60 legislators who carry the mandate of the people to come together and have the same opinion to bring the people together and solve the Naga problem.

On the Indo-Myanmar border issue, the CM stated that he will make sure that the traditional right of the Nagas to move about freely within their own ancestral land is not taken away or restricted.

He added that with the support of Government of India they were able to influence the Myanmar Government to stop the construction of fencing. A resolution was adopted on construction of fencing on the Indo-Myanmar border in Nagaland.