Nagaland

Naga solution may be somewhere in 2020 AD only: sources

(File Photo | NSF office at Kohima preparing for Candle light vigil cum prayer session for Naga peace talk solution)

Dimapur, December 6 (NE): According to sources, if it is to be believed, the Naga political solutions will take place somewhere in next year, 2020 AD – with no further such dateline.

However, as the issue is very much keen and interestedly led by India Hon’ble Prime Minister (PM) – due to various reasons; there could be a light of day, sooner or later. It is to be believed that high level of talks may be taking place by various parties under Government of India inorder to come in a better solution, which will also bring peace to this part of the country.

Needless to say, that PM Modiji is very different unlike other PMs of India – that’s why, there could be sigh of relief especially to the signatories of the current negotiators. And according to information recieved here, various outputs through level of Framework could be made as plan A, B or C – with & without mentioning in the said agreement.

This way, every party will put the best so as the discussion could be materialized by concerned groups in a logical manner. The Government in other hand, wants North East including Nagaland to turn into a business hub through Act East mega project – by making this region a commercial value place from every angle to benefit the country.

This way, atleast the standard of India will be increased; Secondly, the country faces tough situations from neighboring countries – but with the help of North East India, particularly Nagaland, it will solve many issues, added a citizen.

Thirdly, Government is very interested in becoming a permanent member of United Nations – for this, one needs to be very alert especially happenings to one’s own nation – in various parameters.

Thus, the above and other points makes India to give a solution for Naga peace talks.

But, the solution of whatever kind, will only come when the Government officially announce to include other key personalities, besides from media in a neutral manner, otherwise it will not go much ahead, said a senior journalist from Nagaland on condition of anonymity.