Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights
A moment in time
There comes a moment in time when one feels a ‘breather’ after long suffocations in battles or struggles…. NPMHR gasps with this experience while undertaking “A Journey of Common Hope” with the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) as an integral partner following the recent resolution of the Baptist World Alliance General Council meeting which was held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia supporting the Naga Reconciliation process in the backdrop of a more than 60 years of political struggle.
Without any doubt the leaders of the Naga political movement and the people as a whole have resiliently withstood the tests of time as a result of which, we can now proudly say that Nagas are now being openly recognized and acknowledged. NPMHR as a human rights organization which stands as a living testimony of our people’s struggles, pains and sufferings would therefore like to express its deepest appreciation to the Baptist community of the world under the aegis of the Baptist World Alliance, for their Resolution on the Naga Reconciliation Process of July 8, 2011.
Your (BWA) resolve to; “PLEDGE our continued prayers and support for all who commit themselves to peacemaking in the spirit of Christ and, COMMEND their example to Baptist brothers and sisters around the world who find themselves in conflict with one another” amongst many others on a concluding note will continue to inspire and engage us to the works of the Forum for Naga Reconciliation.
Dr. Gina Sangkham, Secretary General,
Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights,
4th July 2011, Camp: Komlathabi, Chandel, Manipur.