Cannot set ultimatum on negotiating parties: NPF

Kohima/new delhi: The opposition Naga People’s Front (NPF) on Wednesday said it cannot set an ultimatum on the negotiating parties of Naga political issue, though it desires an early settlement of the vexed problem. “We reiterate our stand that elected members as facilitators cannot put an ultimatum on the negotiating parties and comment on what to accept and what not in the final agreement. It is for the negotiating parties to sit together and hammer out differences and come out with a logical conclusion,” NPF Legislature Party Spokesperson Imkong L Imchen said in a statement.
The NPF statement came when peace talks are on for the third consecutive day in New Delhi. The fifth round of meeting between Centre and NSCN-IM remained inconclusive on Wednesday and will resume on Thursday, adds our special correspondent from New Delhi. The meeting between GoI and NNPGs was for crosschecking on the agreed positions. Nagaland Governor and interlocutor RN Ravi expressed his determination to conclude the talks on Thursday. (PTI)

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