The NPF-PAM said it reiterated the party’s stand for honourable, acceptable and inclusive solution to the Naga political issue and further urged “the NSCN (K-Niki)” to build an understanding with the other “Naga nationalist groups”.
FNR urged the need to be political with statesman-like character and diplomatic qualities that are based on sincerity and respect.
ANSAM members led by its president Thiitung Wanglar along with other student bodies and civil voluntary organisations inspected Tamenglong College on Wednesday.
NSCN (I-M) has notified that it has terminated its under secretary, ministry of war victim welfare GPRN TC Among Sangtam and ‘leacy’ of Union Territory (UT) N Kiviho Kiba from active national service.
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.