Dimapur, September 16 (MExN): Reiterating that NSCN/GPRN was committed to reconciliation, General Secretary Th Muivah today said that it has been the commitment of the NSCN that they should have reconciliation. Muivah, who arrived Dimapur today further disclosed that he would be attending the highest level meeting called by the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR). On a query about resuming the goodwill mission, he said that this time he would not do, but later he would think about it. Muivah also hoped that Chairman, Isak Chishi Swu would join them some day, because he has the final say.
On the peace talks with Delhi, Muivah said that the Government of India and the NSCN were serious in bringing about an amicable solution to the vexed Indo-Naga problem and efforts are being put from both sides for a possible solution. Muivah observed that a solution may not be far off.
Replying to a query on whether the NSCN has given up the demand of sovereignty and ‘Nagalim,’ he said this was out of the question. He added that when Government of India says they would not concede to the demand of sovereignty, they would naturally try to impose the Indian Constitution, which is not accepted. “NSCN will never accept the Indian Constitution”, he said. Stating that both Centre and NSCN are committed, Muivah said both want to come close to a meeting point and both are sincere.