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Ruling DAN urges opposition Congress to attend Naga consultative meet

Ruling Democratic Alliance of Nagaland (DAN) today reiterated its appeal to opposition Congress to participate in the proposed three-day "Naga Consultative Meet" so that a consensus opinion could be built on the vexed Naga political conflict.

india Updated: Mar 01, 2010, 16:38 IST
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Ruling Democratic Alliance of Nagaland (DAN) on Monday reiterated its appeal to opposition Congress to participate in the proposed three-day "Naga Consultative Meet" so that a consensus opinion could be built on the vexed Naga political conflict.

As part of its commitment to act as active facilitator to on-going Naga peace process, Political Affair Committee (PAC) of DAN is organizing the second consultative meet scheduled for March 5 to 7 at Kohima and invited all political parties, tribal Hohos (councils), civil society organisations, Churches, students’ bodies and Naga underground groups.

But following the decision of the CLP not to attend the meet PAC chairman T M Lotha renewed "humble appeal" to the state Congress leaders to reconsider their stand in the "greater interest of the common Naga cause."

In a fresh appeal Lotha called upon the Congress leaders to attend the deliberation and share their views and suggestions so as to arrive at some consensus on the vexed Naga issue.

The participation of all Naga leaders, including that of Congress party, at the proposed meet was extremely important at this critical hour of Naga peace process, Lotha argued.

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