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The JD(U) on Thursday assured that it will take up the ‘Naga Political Issue’ in Parliament and urge the central government to resolve the vexed problem.
The President of JD(U) – Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lallan Singh noted that “BJP is part of the all party administration in Nagaland, and its pledge of ‘election for solution’ (to the Naga imbroglio) made before the polls in 2018 has not yet been fulfilled.”
“We observe that commitments are not being kept in Nagaland, and as a result, there is no lasting peace. The state’s citizens feel betrayed. JD(U) seeks a long-term, conclusive solution to the problem. Both the public and the JD-U support peace in the northeastern state,” said Singh.
Its worthy to note that Singh is heading a party delegation in Nagaland for assessing preparations of the year-long celebration, commemorating the 120th birth anniversary of socialist leader – Jayprakash Narayan.
The JD(U) president said that the party delegates have met at least four bodies in the state – the Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights, Naga Hoho, Eastern Nagaland Peoples Organization (ENPO), Global Naga Forum (GNF) and discussed the Naga issue with them.