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General Naravane visited Army and Assam Rifles headquarters in Nagaland and Manipur Tuesday to 'make a first-hand assessment of the ground situation'.
Manipur CM Biren Singh has been invited to Delhi but a date for the meeting, which was delayed due to the bypolls in the state, is yet to be announced.
Calling NNPGs 'traitors', NSCN (I-M) gen secy Th. Muivah had earlier said Nagas will never be part of Indian Union or accept its Constitution.
Organisations that took part in the meeting appealed to all negotiating groups — NSCN (IM) and NNPGs — to come together as members of 'one Naga family'.
Amid stalled peace talks, former insurgent group says letter has been made public to inform Naga people of ‘delay and lack of response’ from PM Modi’s office.
Lt Gen Shokin Chauhan, former chairman of the Ceasefire Monitoring Group, says the Centre has to make the Nagas trust that the Indian state will look after them for a peace deal to work.
The NSCN-IM church council says it’s the duty of every Naga Christian to continue to pray until the ultimate goal is achieved.
The village in Manipur’s Ukhrul district has contributed several leaders to the Naga movement and is the home of the current NSCN(I-M) general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah.
A closed-door meeting was held between Centre's interlocutor and Nagaland governor R N Ravi and representatives of the Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) Friday.
While the talks are ongoing between the top levels of the government and the NSCN (I-M), other Naga groups have come out openly in favour of the peace deal.