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NNPGs claim progress in talks with Centre

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DIMAPUR, Jan 18 - The working committee of six Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) on Friday claimed continuity, clarity and progress in negotiations with Centre.

The working committee, in a release, also clarified that there was no stalemate or deadlock in the peace talks and that it was not indulging in a political monologue.

�A clear approach was laid on the ground allowing collective wisdom to seep through in consonance with our history, supported by logic, reasoning and practical reality of the day,� the release said.

It said every issue was processed jointly and added that transparency, proactive argument and healthy debate preceded each round of negotiations, marking a �tectonic shift� from the usual Indo-Naga political dialogue.

The working committee hoped that political and historical rights and aspirations of Nagas residing in Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam would be honoured and fulfilled. In this regard, it solicited prayer support from all Nagas, irrespective of domicile status or political, religious and tribal affiliations.

The release said the working committee of NNPGs was a child of Naga reconciliation process and it owed its existence to peace-loving Naga people.

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NNPGs claim progress in talks with Centre

DIMAPUR, Jan 18 - The working committee of six Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) on Friday claimed continuity, clarity and progress in negotiations with Centre.

The working committee, in a release, also clarified that there was no stalemate or deadlock in the peace talks and that it was not indulging in a political monologue.

�A clear approach was laid on the ground allowing collective wisdom to seep through in consonance with our history, supported by logic, reasoning and practical reality of the day,� the release said.

It said every issue was processed jointly and added that transparency, proactive argument and healthy debate preceded each round of negotiations, marking a �tectonic shift� from the usual Indo-Naga political dialogue.

The working committee hoped that political and historical rights and aspirations of Nagas residing in Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam would be honoured and fulfilled. In this regard, it solicited prayer support from all Nagas, irrespective of domicile status or political, religious and tribal affiliations.

The release said the working committee of NNPGs was a child of Naga reconciliation process and it owed its existence to peace-loving Naga people.

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