IMPHAL, Sept 10 - Interlocutor for NSCN (IM)-Government of India peace talks, RN Ravi arrived here today on a two-day visit to Manipur to hold consultations with civil society organisations on the August 3 peace accord.
Soon after his arrival, Ravi drove straight to Classic Hotel here and held a meeting with a delegation of United Naga Council led by its president Gaidon Kamei. The UNC submitted a memorandum to him during the meeting, sources said.
Later, Ravi held a closed-door meeting with Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh at the latter�s office. However, what was discussed during the one hour-long meeting was not known immediately.
The Interlocutor also had a meeting with All Manipur United Clubs Organisation, United Committee Manipur and Committee on Civil Society Kangleipak.
Speaking to the media soon after the meeting, UCM president said the delegation also submitted a memorandum to Ravi demanding a white paper on the status of the NSCN (IM)-Government of India peace talk. Members of International Meitei Forum also met with the Interlocutor.
On Friday, the Interlocutor is expected to hold closed- door meetings with some organisations prior to his departure.
Earlier, Ravi told reporters on his arrival at Imphal International airport this morning that he will strive for everyone�s views on board to make the consultation comprehensive. Meanwhile, the North East Dialogue Forum (NEDF) has urged the Government of India to make accords/pacts/frameworks for peace transparent by putting the same in the public domain and engage in dialogue and wider consultation with all stakeholders.
�Only then, can peace become realistic and workable at grassroots level and all will put their heads and hearts together to promote and maintain peace at all cost,� said NEDF secretary U Nobokishore in a memorandum to the Prime Minister.