The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday said that a strong government in Nagaland could solve the ongoing crisis over the Naga issue.
Giving a diplomatic answer over the solution to the decades-old Naga imbroglio, BJP national general secretary and in-charge of the Northeast, Ram Madhav said that the ensuing Assembly election will bring a solution to the Naga issue.
“We need a strong government in Nagaland to get an early solution to the Naga issue. We have come to the final stage of the Naga talks…a section of people want solution to the Naga issue before the Assembly elections…I want to clarify that coming elections will resolve the issue,” said Ram Madhav.
He also said that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) did not bring any draft plan for the Naga accord. Ram Madhav said this while clarifying the RSS’ stand over the matter following reports that Jagdamba Mall, an RSS leader in NE, has “prepared a draft plan for the Naga accord”.
Recently, news reports published in the media stated that Jagdamba Mall has prepared a draft plan for the Naga accord. Through Mall had denied the report alleging “he was misquoted.”
According to the reports, the RSS leader has included 21 points in the draft Naga accord including proposed Frontier Nagaland, development authorities for 10 districts of Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh, a separate Naga Regiment, Rs 1 lakh crore economic package for Nagaland etc.
“Strong actions will be taken against all who attempt to derail the Naga peace accord,” said Ram Madhav.
Meanwhile, BJP leader Madhav also alleged that Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar is “running a government of anarchy”. “There is no peace in Tripura…the Left Front government is exploiting the people of the State,” said Madhav while releasing a book on Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar titled ‘Manik Sarka: Real and the virtual’.