Dimapur, October 15 (NEx): The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) General Secretary, GK Zhimomi said that the Seven (7) point resolution adopted at the Consultative meeting called by the State government on Naga political issue reflects bankruptcy of ideas within PDA government.
The resolution adopted at the Consultative Meeting called by State government is still a decade behind, unable to match with changing times. It reflects bankruptcy of ideas within PDA government and its dilemma on the way forward – Zhimomi tweets.
7 Point Resolution adopted at today's Consultative Meeting called by State Govt is still a decade behind, unable to match with changing times.
— GK Zhimomi (@gkzhimomi) October 15, 2020
Consultative Meeting of the tribal Hohos, Civil Society Organisations, Political Parties, Prominent Personalities, NGOs, on Naga political issue called by the Government of Nagaland held today at the State Banquet Hall, Chief Minister’s Residential Complex, Kohima, adopted seven point resolution.
The house in its resolution, appreciated Govt of India for acknowledging the unique history of Nagas and for recognizing the Naga Issue as political issue.
– The house acknowledged the sacrifices and contributions of the Nationalist workers in the course of Naga political journey. It also expressed gratitude to the civil societies and church for consistent support towards the Naga cause and making constant efforts towards reconciliation and oneness.
– The house also affirmed its commitment and continuously work towards a political settlement based on Naga historical and political rights to determine our future on the unique history and position of the Nagas.
– It also urged the Naga political group to honour and respect the covenant of reconciliation and maintain the sanctity of non-violence in letter and spirit for a shared Naga future as members of one Naga family.
– The house also appealed the negotiating groups to come together under a spirit of oneness, mutual trust and understanding with sincerity and commitment towards achieving one solution for one people as early as possible.
It is important to note that the NPCC stayed away from the consultative meet, stating it’s opinion that convening a Consultative Meeting has become superfluous, because it has been made clear by the negotiating parties that talks have successfully concluded on October 31, 2019 and after that, the Interlocutor & Governor has had series of consultative meetings with stakeholders, namely the 14 Nagaland Tribe Hohos, NGBF, Civil Societies and Political Parties.
While reminding Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio about his 17 years commitment, the NPCC, anticipates that the state Govt under Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio will step down in favour of solution, stated the press release from the Political Affairs Committee (PAC) of the NPCC on Wednesday.