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�State demand may break peace in Nagaland�

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DIMAPUR, Jan 22 � Naga People�s Front (NPF) President and Minister for Urban Development & Higher Education Dr Sh�rhozelie Liezietsu, while stating that he has �nothing to comment� on the demand of the Eastern Naga People�s Organisation (ENPO) for a separate State, however, expressed apprehension that the development may dismantle the hard won peace which has paved the way for a final solution to the Naga political issue.

Touching on the �Frontier Nagaland� demand issue for the first time during the inaugural function of the 63rd meet of the United Sangtam Students Conference at Kiphire, Sh�rhozelie said, �I have nothing to comment on the ENPO demand for a separate State.�

The veteran politician, however, voiced fear that the demand may dismantle the hard earned steps won by peace makers towards a final solution to the Naga political problem.

Expressing the hope that good sense will prevail at the right time in the larger interest of the Nagas as a whole, he said, �We do not want Nagaland to be disintegrated further�.

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�State demand may break peace in Nagaland�

DIMAPUR, Jan 22 � Naga People�s Front (NPF) President and Minister for Urban Development & Higher Education Dr Sh�rhozelie Liezietsu, while stating that he has �nothing to comment� on the demand of the Eastern Naga People�s Organisation (ENPO) for a separate State, however, expressed apprehension that the development may dismantle the hard won peace which has paved the way for a final solution to the Naga political issue.

Touching on the �Frontier Nagaland� demand issue for the first time during the inaugural function of the 63rd meet of the United Sangtam Students Conference at Kiphire, Sh�rhozelie said, �I have nothing to comment on the ENPO demand for a separate State.�

The veteran politician, however, voiced fear that the demand may dismantle the hard earned steps won by peace makers towards a final solution to the Naga political problem.

Expressing the hope that good sense will prevail at the right time in the larger interest of the Nagas as a whole, he said, �We do not want Nagaland to be disintegrated further�.

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