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Nagaland House wants early solution to Naga political issue

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DIMAPUR, Dec 14 - The two-day winter session of the Nagaland Assembly which began�on Thursday�resolved to urge the Government of India to take urgent steps to usher in an �honourable and acceptable solution� to the Naga political issue well before the State Assembly elections slated for March next year.

Introducing the resolution on the floor of the House, Chief Minister TR Zeliang stated that at the consultative meet held in Kohima on December 7, a resolution was passed urging the Nagaland Legislative Assembly to pass a separate resolution on similar lines for �solution before the next election� during the current session of the House.

He added that the House appreciated the various measures taken by the Centre in regard to early solution to the protracted Naga political issue, especially the Framework Agreement.

Zeliang also said the various stakeholders are sincerely and seriously engaging their minds to the core details of the Naga political issue in order to arrive at an early solution.

He further added that the House is of the view that solution to the issue cannot afford any more delay and thereby interminably deny the Nagas their democratic rights to self-determination and other concomitant rights and vestments.

The House also resolved to urge the Election Commission of India (ECI) not to announce date of the general elections until the Government of India arrives at an �honourable and acceptable solution� to the Naga issue in order to enable all Nagas to enjoy their due democratic rights.

The House further appealed to all political parties and independent candidates to implement the demand for �solution before election� in the field, whenever necessary, so that utmost unity is displayed before the Government of India and the Election Commission of India.

Chief Minister Zeliang also introduced the resolution in the House to revoke the Assembly Resolution passed by it on November 24, 2016, on the Municipal Act, 2006.

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Nagaland House wants early solution to Naga political issue

DIMAPUR, Dec 14 - The two-day winter session of the Nagaland Assembly which began�on Thursday�resolved to urge the Government of India to take urgent steps to usher in an �honourable and acceptable solution� to the Naga political issue well before the State Assembly elections slated for March next year.

Introducing the resolution on the floor of the House, Chief Minister TR Zeliang stated that at the consultative meet held in Kohima on December 7, a resolution was passed urging the Nagaland Legislative Assembly to pass a separate resolution on similar lines for �solution before the next election� during the current session of the House.

He added that the House appreciated the various measures taken by the Centre in regard to early solution to the protracted Naga political issue, especially the Framework Agreement.

Zeliang also said the various stakeholders are sincerely and seriously engaging their minds to the core details of the Naga political issue in order to arrive at an early solution.

He further added that the House is of the view that solution to the issue cannot afford any more delay and thereby interminably deny the Nagas their democratic rights to self-determination and other concomitant rights and vestments.

The House also resolved to urge the Election Commission of India (ECI) not to announce date of the general elections until the Government of India arrives at an �honourable and acceptable solution� to the Naga issue in order to enable all Nagas to enjoy their due democratic rights.

The House further appealed to all political parties and independent candidates to implement the demand for �solution before election� in the field, whenever necessary, so that utmost unity is displayed before the Government of India and the Election Commission of India.

Chief Minister Zeliang also introduced the resolution in the House to revoke the Assembly Resolution passed by it on November 24, 2016, on the Municipal Act, 2006.