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IMPHAL, Jan 22 � The United Naga Council (UNC) has called a 12-hour bandh in the Naga inhabited areas of Manipur tomorrow in protest against what it called �provocative statement� of the Joint Secretary of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) with regard to its talks with the Governments of India and Manipur.

The UNC, in a press communiqu�, stated it has called for a peaceful abstention from the Republic Day celebrations to demonstrate �the displeasure of the Nagas in Manipur over the wilful insult to them and to the democratic process of dialogue which it has upheld with respect and to press for immediate intervention of the Government of India for an �alternative arrangement� for the Nagas of Manipur, the communiqu� stated.

The UNC communiqu� stated that during the last talks in Delhi on August 30, 2013, it was agreed that the next round of tripartite talks would be held within two months, but this did not happen despite reminders to the Centre, press statements and two bandhs.

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UNC bandh today

IMPHAL, Jan 22 � The United Naga Council (UNC) has called a 12-hour bandh in the Naga inhabited areas of Manipur tomorrow in protest against what it called �provocative statement� of the Joint Secretary of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) with regard to its talks with the Governments of India and Manipur.

The UNC, in a press communiqu�, stated it has called for a peaceful abstention from the Republic Day celebrations to demonstrate �the displeasure of the Nagas in Manipur over the wilful insult to them and to the democratic process of dialogue which it has upheld with respect and to press for immediate intervention of the Government of India for an �alternative arrangement� for the Nagas of Manipur, the communiqu� stated.

The UNC communiqu� stated that during the last talks in Delhi on August 30, 2013, it was agreed that the next round of tripartite talks would be held within two months, but this did not happen despite reminders to the Centre, press statements and two bandhs.

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