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Senior citizens body demands fast progress of Indo-Naga talks

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DIMAPUR, May 1 - An organisation of senior Naga citizens has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding fast progress of the Indo-Naga peace process two years after the signing of the �Framework Agreement� between NSCN-IM and Government of India.

The Concerned Naga Senior Citizens (CNSC), in a memorandum, to the PM stated that �backtracking� by the Centre on its past commitments could lead to �undesirable events,� which makes it all the more urgent to move the peace process forward and draw up a �final settlement.�

The CNSC reminded the PM that after his party�s landslide victory in the last general election, the Government of India had assured to resolve the issue soon.

�Nagas heaved a sigh of relief on hearing the news after a prolonged distrust and frustration under the Congress regime which has miserably failed to achieve any tangible progress due to lack of political will,� they stated in the memorandum.

The CNSC applauded the �Framework Agreement� that was a result of negotiations for nearly two decades between �NSCN representing the Nagas� and Government of India. �This shows the commitments of both the entities for a permanent solution,� it said.

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Senior citizens body demands fast progress of Indo-Naga talks

DIMAPUR, May 1 - An organisation of senior Naga citizens has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding fast progress of the Indo-Naga peace process two years after the signing of the �Framework Agreement� between NSCN-IM and Government of India.

The Concerned Naga Senior Citizens (CNSC), in a memorandum, to the PM stated that �backtracking� by the Centre on its past commitments could lead to �undesirable events,� which makes it all the more urgent to move the peace process forward and draw up a �final settlement.�

The CNSC reminded the PM that after his party�s landslide victory in the last general election, the Government of India had assured to resolve the issue soon.

�Nagas heaved a sigh of relief on hearing the news after a prolonged distrust and frustration under the Congress regime which has miserably failed to achieve any tangible progress due to lack of political will,� they stated in the memorandum.

The CNSC applauded the �Framework Agreement� that was a result of negotiations for nearly two decades between �NSCN representing the Nagas� and Government of India. �This shows the commitments of both the entities for a permanent solution,� it said.

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