Mizo Govt-BNLF share some common ground
Mizoram Govt and the underground BNLF, after two days of talks decided to work-out "modalities" and "detailed provisions" of reaching a settlement while eschewing things that could hamper chances of reaching an agreement.india Updated: Oct 13, 2003 15:16 IST
The Mizoram Government and the underground Bru National Liberation Front have decided to work-out "modalities" and "detailed provisions" of reaching a settlement while eschewing things that could hamper chances of reaching an agreement.
"It has been agreed in the July talks that modalities and detailed provisions of the accord would be drafted by both the sides when the parleys resume in the later part of August, 2003," State Chief Secretary and leader of the government delegation HV Lalringa said.
The eighth round of talks on July 12 concluded with both sides expressing optimism over the final outcome of the dialogue process, Lalringa said.
Both the sides agreed a settlement should be reached to solve the BRU problems and everything that could adversely hit the efforts to reach a settlement point must be given up, he said.
First Published: Oct 11, 2003 13:00 IST