NSCN(IM) leaders to hold talks with PM on Dec 7
Swu and Muivah, who will reach Delhi on Sunday from Amasterdam, are expected to meet Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Monday.
Leaders of NSCN (IM), Isak Swu and T Muivah, are likely to hold talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on December 7 in a bid to take the ongoing peace process in Nagaland further.
Swu and Muivah, who are scheduled to reach New Delhi on Sunday night from Amasterdam, are expected to meet Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Monday, official sources said.
The Naga leaders "are coming to India to hold a continued and sustained dialogue" with New Delhi, the sources said.
The Naga leaders had visited India last year after a gap of over three decades and held peace parleys with then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and his deputy LK Advani.
After a week's stay in New Delhi, Swu and Muivah would visit Nagaland and meet NSCN cadres. Thereafter, they will again come back to Delhi to carry on the dialogue with Centre's interlocutor on the Naga peace process, K Padmanabhaiah, and other top officials, sources said. They will be in India for a few weeks, they said.