Stasis over the demand of a separate Naga flag and constitution and the anticipated disruption in the competencies in the Naga inhabited areas outside Nagaland could scupper the talks.
The outfit was reacting to RN Ravi’s statement on the demand of Naga flag and constitution, which he made while speaking during 58th Statehood Day celebration of Nagaland. In his statement, Ravi stated that Government of India is absolutely clear that there shall be only one National Flag and Constitution in India.
While saying that the role of NPC was rejected and condemned by the Naga freedom fighters including AZ Phizo, the NSCN (I-M) alleged that NPC's 16 Points Agreement sowed the seeds of colonialism and division.
The monolith was unveiled by convener of the Steering Committee major retired Hutovi Chishi.
The political right of the Naga people are no longer an issue that necessitated any review as the Framework Agreement signed on August 3, 2015, is a living document to take the Gol and NSCN (I-M) through for the final solution, the Ministry of Information and Publicity, NSCN (I-M) stated.
The Government of India knows who carried the Naga political issue and no group can mislead the Naga people on Naga issue, the NSCN-IM said in a statement.
It is learnt that the talks are in advance stage to resolved the only bottle neck, demand of the NSCN-IM to have separate Naga flag and constitution.
The ministry of information and publicity, GPRN stated that the Naga solution included its own Naga flag and constitution as demanded by the NSCN-IM.
The 27th Sahnit Ni was observed on Sunday at Kuki Inpi Churachandpur Complex, Tuibong, Manipur.
The committee assured and made it clear that people of Manipur are prepared to face any uncertainties and will take its own course of action to decide its own fate if they are kept in the dark and overlooked.
"The void created by their demise is deeply felt and would be difficult to fill in."
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.