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Nagaland PAC for Joint Parliamentary Forum on Naga reconciliation


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Kohima: The Political Affairs Committee (PAC) of the ruling Democratic Alliance of Nagaland (DAN) suggested to convene a Joint Parliamentary Forum where all the sixty legislators of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly could aid the ongoing Naga reconciliation process. In a communique, PAC Chief Dr T M Lotha and Member Secretary Z Lohe here today said the PAC suggested collective participation in the committee’s meeting on Monday.

”The DAN-PAC feels there is a need to convene the ‘Joint Parliamentary Forum on Naga political issue so that collectively the sixty members of the House including Opposition and Ruling benches can jointly take part in facilitating the ongoing unity and reconciliation process,” the communique said. (Agencies)


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