Guwahati: A meeting was organised by Naga people’s Movement for Human Rights (NPMH) to advance the Naga peace proces.
Adivasi leaders from other parts of country participated in the meeting and urged Prime minister Narendra Modi to take charge of the Naga peace process.
The meeting was attended by indigenous/adivasi leaders and organizations from Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Maharashtra.
A two-point resolution was also adopted by the house in the meeting, which stated, “We believe that lack of significant progress since the signing of the framework can potentially destabilize the efforts at peace; hence, we urge PM Narendra Modi to take direct charge of the negotiations to expedite its satisfactory resolution.”
The Adivasi leaders also said that the need of the hour was to build solidarity between various tribal groups and communities.
Important Adivasi leaders, including minister of State for Rural Development and Steel Faggan Singh Kulaste, Ex-Cabinet minister and sitting MLA of Madhya Pradesh Omkar Singh Markam, Dr Hiralal Alawa, MLA, Madhya Pradesh, were part of the meeting.
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