PM: Naga issue will be solved

DIMAPUR, July 3: Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh had reportedly informed Lok Sabha MP from Nagaland, CM Chang that "The issue will be solved soon" referring to the Naga issue.

According to a newspaper report here, the PM had said that the govt of India was "serious about the Naga problem."

Late last year, the speculations were that the protracted Naga political problem was about to be settled in a few months time. The speculations were even fueled by the comment of Union HM Sushilkumar Shinde who had said that "settlement" to the Naga issue would be brought about by March, 2013 or before the Nagaland assembly elections. That situation was even buttered by the concerted show of the now-unheard Joint Legislature Forum (JLF) formed by the 60 MLAs of the Nagaland legislative assembly of the previous tenure to push for the early settlement of the Naga political proble.

Meanwhile, Naga underground leaders have left Nagaland for Thailand to participate in the 'Naga reconciliation' meeting to be convened by Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR).

Leaders from NSCN-Khole/Kitovi, NSCN-IM and those party to the Naga reconciliation process have left Dimapur and the meeting would be held in the next few days.

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