The Naga Hoho resolved to appeal to all the Naga political groups to be accommodative for a peaceful settlement.
At its executive council in Kohima on November 13, the Hoho also resolved that no political groups should create unwanted situation in the process of an honourable settlement, secretary K Elu Ndang said on Sunday.
“The search for just peace and honourable settlement of the Indo-Naga peace process has come about giving a ray of hope and belief that a new era of peace and tranquillity will prevail once again in the Naga society,” he said in a statement.
However, the Hoho said, unless all Naga political groups come together leaving aside their past differences, there can never be true peace in the land.
“As long as the spirit of vengeance is kept alive in an individual’s heart, there can never be true peace,” it said.
The organisation added that all the Naga political groups must be pragmatic in resolving the differences for the sake of the Naga people.
The Hoho said the desire of the Naga people to live in dignity must be honoured and respected above all personal interest.
It stressed that the political groups must come together and usher in peace, considering the genuine cry of the people for unity and peace.
The Hoho once again appealed to all the national workers to come together and sit across the table in the true spirit of forgive and forget and march forward with renewed mind and spirit.