Nagalim: NSCN Looks Back at Success of Consultative Meeting
The National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah), which claimed the people's mandate after the end of two days meeting on January 20-21, is now planning to follow-up the success of the meeting with it's core functionaries. According to a press communiqui issued by the organisation all the members of Tatar Hoho House (Parliament), Secretariat staffs, Under Secretary and above have been invited to be present at the Council Headquarters 'Camp Hebron', on the outskirts of Dimapur town, on or before January 24 (Monday).
Top spokesperson of NSCN (I-M) Kraibo Chawang said that the members have been called for a follow-up discussion of the just concluded consultative meeting in which people from all across Naga dominated areas vested faith and confidence and endorsed the declaration giving historic mandate to the collective leaders.
Sources in the organisation revealed to ANI that a banquet with collective leadership in presence of Chairman Isak Chisi Swu and general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah, would be hosted on January 25 (Tuesday) for all the member invitees.
The meeting is being viewed as another groundwork for boosting the morale of 'family members' before the collective leaders depart for second round of negotiations with New Delhi scheduled on January 29.
According to reports, NSCN (I-M) has prepared a team of negotiators to deal with New Delhi at the tough negotiating table. The organisation has prepared a team of around ten senior functionaries including Kilo Kilonser (Home Minister) Rh. Raising, Advisor to collective leadership and steering committee (NSCN's highest decision making body) members.
On the other side the Government of India has prepared a team led-by Central Minister Oscar Fernandes to tackle the delicate issue.
It may be mentioned hare that on January 20 & 21, NSCN (I-M) held "the 4th Naga People's Consultative meeting" to strengthen the Indo-Naga political talks at it's council headquarters.
All NSCN office bearers and more than six thousand representatives of intellectual organisations from all across Naga dominated areas attended the meeting. They also endorsed the four-point declaration aimed at ensuring the success of the ongoing Indo-Naga peace talks.
Source: New Kerala