NSCN on talks

NSCN on talks
Kohima, February 10 (MExN): Reacting to news about the visit of the collective leadership of National Socialist Council of Nagalim to India, which emanated from the Ministry of Home Affairs, government of India, the NSCN has said that its leadership may consider visiting India if invited from the highest level, that is, from the Prime Minister of India.
Vikiye Sumi, ‘kilonser’ of the outfit’s “information & publicity” wing said that so far the group has not received any report or communication from the government of India about the visit of Isak Chishi Swu and Thiungaleng Muvah to New Delhi during April 1-10. He said the NSCN had clarified time and again that whatever proposal for the visit of the collective leadership, should be through the Prime Minister’s Office and not from the Ministry of Home Affairs. ‘Therefore we have not planned to visit India for talk during that time,’ Sumi clarified. He said the NSCN has been insisting New Delhi for the talks to be at the prime minister-level and not at the Home Ministry-level.
Also, reacting to a report of NSCN scaling down its demand to “greater Nagalim” from “sovereignty,” Sumi said ‘they have nothing to do with greater or smaller Nagalim.’

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