Reconciliation meeting held in Ukl

Reconciliation meeting held in Ukl
Addie Chiphang
Ukhrul, Jan 23: Wung sector of Tangkhul Committee on Peace and Confidence Building (TCP-CB) conducted a Naga reconciliation meeting at Tangkhul Naga Long (TNL) ground here today.
More than 1000 people attended the meeting organised under the aegis of Forum for Naga Reconciliations (FNR).
The meeting was held on the theme ‘a journey of common hope blessed are the peacemaker’.
The function was attended by 20 executive members of FNR led by its convenor Dr Rev Wati Aier from Nagaland and other political parties including Naga National Council NNC/FGN vice president Zubra Vero, GPRN/NSCN Ministry Secretary Eno Imchea and Kilonser Karaipou and convenor of Elders Forum Wung region and Chaplin Sekshim Kasar.
Dr Wati Aier in his speech said that right after the formation of FNR, 22 months back, the forum has been able to organise 22 meetings at different levels including the meeting at Chingmai, Thailand and other three Naga gatherings in September 2008 and twice in 2009.
The FNR convenor further said that FNR was formed by 49 organisations of the Nagas from Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Southern Nagaland (Manipur) and Myanmar with solemn commitment for sincere and full co-coperation amongst the Naga brethren everywhere around the world.
In June 2009, convenient of reconciliation was signed by the three major political parties, ie chairman of NSCN(IM) Isaac Chishi Swu SS Khaplang Chairman of NSCN (K) and Vice President of NNC/FGN Brigadier Sheria with full commitment and endorsement towards Naga reconciliations.
Dr Wati Aier further said that inking of truce is not the end but it would pave way towards commitment working on the true essence of Naga integrity.
A committee was already formed by this three political parties represented by Vero of NNC/FGN, Singson of NSCN (K) and Atem Vashum of NSCN (IM) to resolve all the outstanding issues and bring about an early political solution on fraternal issues by demonstrating the collective and united will of the Naga people all over, Dr Wati Aier said adding that it would also resolve misunderstandings with the India Government.

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