Fed resents slow progress of Naga talks

ITANAGAR, Jul 31: The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) in Kohima, Nagaland, has expressed dissatisfaction over the slow progress of the ongoing Naga political talks, saying “it has taken more than two decades ever since the talks started at the prime ministerial level.”
The NSF urged both the Naga national workers and the government of India to be more sensitive to the growing anxieties that the Naga people suffer without respite from this delay of finding a proper solution.
“All the political entities are urged to work swiftly, yet carefully, on the issue of integration of the Naga contiguous areas as the Naga people have every right to live under one political roof. These political talks must come to a logical conclusion without any further procrastination,” the NSF said in a release.