Dimapur district alone accounts for 61 per cent of COVID-19 cases in Nagaland.
The central administrative office, Lotha Region, GPRN, also has affirmed that the Naga solution should be based on the historic Framework Agreement of August 3, 2015.
The former Naga Army chief (V S Atem) of the NSCN-IM was speaking in the 18th Morung Dialogue on September 19.
A Joint Council meeting of NSCN/GPRN was held on Friday at the outfit’s headquarter, Hebron in Dimapur.
The new cases include 70 from Kohima, 60 from Dimapur and one from Mon district, state Health Minister S Pangnyu Phom said.
An Inquiry Committee has been constituted to conduct an inquiry into the alleged incident by the state government even as several organizations have condemned the alleged incident.
The state has 2,096 active COVID-19 cases and 905 recovered cases.
The total number of active and recovered cases in the state is now 1,829 and 819 respectively.
The total number of active and recovered cases in the state is now 1740 and 657 respectively.
The 65 new COVID-19 cases included 41 in Dimapur, 21 in Kohima, two in Peren, and one in Tuensang, the health minister posted on Twitter.
Of the 90 new COVID-19 positive cases, 61 are in Kohima, 26 in Dimapur, two in Peren and one in Phek, state Health Minister S Pangnyu Phom posted on Twitter.
Of the 22 new COVID-19 cases, Peren reported 11 cases, Dimapur eight and Kohima three, Nagaland Health Minister S Pangnyu Phom posted on Twitter.
“Any Indian Interlocutor” who represents the Government of India needs to prove himself as a man who stands committed to solve the longest political conflict in Southeast Asia, the NSCN-IM said..
Of the total 130 COVID-19 cases reported in the state, 22 patients have recovered from the disease.
Of the total 123 cases, 115 cases are active, the state helath minister said. The total recovered cases in the state stood at eight.
The Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) has urged the Naga people for a renewed approach to peace with regard to the prevailing situation across the world in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.