GPRN/NSCN questions Joint Legislators Forum’s ‘intent, purpose’

GPRN/NSCN has once again questioned the “intent and purpose” of the Joint Legislators Forum (JLF) and the resolution adopted by the forum on the ongoing political talks between the government of India and NSCN (I-M).

MIP kilonser Akato Chophi, in a press statement Sunday asked whether the JLF resolution adopted on July 19 appealing to the “negotiating” parties especially the government of India, to expedite the ongoing political talks so that a solution to the Naga political issue was arrived, at meant only for the Naga group in negotiation or also involved other Naga political groups.

Asking JLF as to who were the negotiating parties, Akato also asked why JLF was focused only on one group, while leaving the other Naga political groups in the dark about their “intent and purpose?”.

He also asked whether the forum was in favour of just one group or it stood for the entire Nagas. Chophi said if the JLF’s intent was for the cause of the entire Nagas, GPRN/NSCN welcomed the move but if JLF favoured just one political group,then GPRN/NSCN would not be part of the move.

He warned that such a move would rather invite “bloodbath” in the immediate future for which the JLF would be held responsible.

The statement comes in the wake of reports that members of JLF were leaving for New Delhi to meet top central leaders urging them to expedite “Indo-Naga peace talks”.

GPRN/NSCN had earlier also raised questions on a single Naga political group negotiating with government of India to bring about solution to the “Indo-Naga imbroglio”. NPN

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