The Naga public “in sincere trust await the fulfillment of the “September Joint Accordant” by the signatories in “letter and in spirit,” said the release issued by the organisations.
Naga apex organisations, student bodies, Church forums and others have endorsed the reconciliation process and the effort to find a common ground between NSCN (I-M) and NNPGs, the process remarkably set in motion by Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR).
The organisations, student bodies, Church forums have stated that the Naga public “will render our whole hearted assistance to this reconciliation process for the NSCN/GPRN and NNPGs to find common ground and mutually agree on a relationship of cooperation based on the Naga historical and political rights in order to move forward”
This development followed a meeting held on October 8. It was organized as Naga apex organizations and the Church came together with a realization that “Naga people must change by acting in hope and acknowledging one another as people of common belonging in the moment for the future”.
“Towards this affirmation, we the participants of today’s meeting, under the initiative of the Forum for Naga Reconciliation, extend our support to the “September Joint Accordant” signed by the National Socialist Council of Nagalim/Government of the Peoples’ Republic of Nagalim (NSCN/GPRN) and the Working Committee of the Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs)”, said a statement released after the meeting.
The Naga public “in sincere trust await the fulfillment of the “September Joint Accordant” by the signatories in “letter and in spirit,” said the release.
The meeting was attended by members of FNR, Nagaland Joint Christian Forum. Naga Christian Forum, Manipur, Don Bosco Society, Naga Mother’s Association, Naga Hoho, Nagaland Tribes Council, Tenyimi Peoples’ Organization, United Naga Council, Central Nagaland Tribes Council, Global Naga Forum, Nagaland Gaon Bura Federation, Naga Students’ Federation and All Naga Students Association, Manipur.