Former Nagaland chief minister TR Zeliang has said that “there can be only one agreement and one solution” in regards to the vexed Naga political issue. 

Zeliang said this after meeting new interlocutor to the Naga talks – AK Mishra at the Nagaland House in New Delhi on Friday. 

“… it is time to make a common approach to the Govt of India as there can be only One agreement and One solution. Either we live as One or disintegrate as Individual, it is vital to ponder and act now,” said Zeliang. 

He added: “With finalization of having only one interlocutor, the GoI has once again listened to the voice of the people and is a wise and positive step taken towards attaining a solution.” 

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The former Nagaland chief minister further expressed hope that from now onwards the Naga talks are likely to move ahead in the “right direction”. 

“It is evident that the stalemate between the negotiating parties has thawed and talks would be carried forward in the right direction, so that amicable agreement could be reached at the earliest for permanent peace in our land,” former Nagaland CM TR Zeliang said. 

Zeliang added: “I am confident that the peace talks would now have smooth sailing and attain the much-desired result.” 

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