Reconsider ban: NMA appeals

KOHIMA, OCTOBER 29 (MExN): The Naga Mothers’ Association (NMA) has expressed “serious concern” over banning of the ACAUT-proposed public rally by NSCN (IM). While extending appreciation to both the NSCN (IM) and ACAUT for their “concern and efforts in trying to bring about protecting the interest of the Nagas,” the NMA, in a press release issued today, called upon all to “exhibit large heartedness and a spirit of accommodation towards any step in the right direction that deserves support and cooperation from all section of the Naga society.”

In this, the NMA has made a fervent appeal to “The GPRN to reconsider their resolution adopted on 28th October 2013 banning the proposed rally of the ACAUT” and to “both the parties to give each other space and if there is any misunderstanding in between, to resolve it through dialogue to maintain peace and bring about amicable solution to this imbroglio.” As mothers, the NMA said, “our concern have always been to build a healthy society for our people and we will continue to uphold and give our best to strengthen our aspiration.”


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