Nagalim: Group of Ministers to Deliberate on Peace Process
"The GoM will meet very soon, most probably within a month," K Padmanabhaiah, the interlocutor for the Naga talks, said after meeting Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Tuesday.
The GoM, which will be briefed on deliberations at the
Rebutting reports that the last round of talks had made no headway in resolving the six decade-old Naga problem, official sources said there were bound to be "minor aberrations" in finding a solution to the dragging issue.
There are many ups and downs in every peace process and the government is looking for a "package" rather than a "piecemeal" solution to the problem in Nagaland, they said.
However, all efforts would be made to resolve these questions, the sources said, without elaborating on what these issues were.
Reports have suggested that the NSCN-IM has been insisting on a separate constitution for Nagaland that would give the Naga tribals a greater say on key issues like the exploitation of natural resources.