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By Subir Bhaumik Kolkata, March 14 : The separatist National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) has made it clear that a final settlement of the “Indo-Naga problem” can be worked out only on the basis of the 2015 Framework Agreement signed between them and the Indian government.
In a press statement, the NSCN’s parallel government made it clear that the Framework Agreement was signed by the two entities at the behest of the Indian Prime Minister’s Office in presence of senior ministers, top government officials and a NSCN delegation.
The statement issued by the ‘Government of the People’s Republic of Nagalim from their headquarters’ in Hebron in Nagaland on Sunday said that the signing of the Framework Agreement on August 3, 2015 was telecast live, promising an end to one of the longest armed conflicts in Asia.
“The Framework Agreement is in public domain now. It clearly acknowledges that the Indo-Naga conflict is political and nothing else. Both sides have agreed to put this violent conflict to an end once and for all by solving the problem on the basis of shared sovereignity (sharing of sovereign power) by respecting people’s sovereign right,” the statement said.
It blamed “the unacceptable posturing of Indian authorities” since that agreement for the failure to work out a final settlement of the “Indo-Naga problem”.
The statement insisted that a final settlement can be worked out only and only on the basis of the 2015 Framework Agreement and that an effort was now needed in that direction.


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