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01 February 2011

Swu Harps on 'Honourable' Deal For Peace

Isak Chishi SwuDimapur, Feb 1 : NSCN (IM) chairman Isak Chishi Swu on Monday said political negotiations were always aimed at arriving at an "honourable" agreement.

"Any proposal that is acceptable to only one party is not a solution. It should always be acceptable and honourable to both parties.

We are seriously seeking to arrive at an honourable political settlement," he said.

In a message on the occasion of the outfit's 32nd "raising day", Swu reiterated that he was committed to reconciliation among the Nagas. His message was read out by the outfit's "chief principal secretary", Samson Jajo, at a function at Hebron Camp here.

Swu said he has come to Delhi for the third time "at the invitation" of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for political talks and he was thankful to the Centre for making necessary arrangements for his "safe arrival".

Stating that integration of all Naga areas is "our birthright", he called upon every Naga to fight for integration of "Greater Nagaland" at any cost.

He said, "When other people are trying to disintegrate Nagalim (Greater Nagaland) into pieces, how can the Nagas watch helplessly? There is no balcony in Nagalim from where we can watch the drama of life.

Every Naga is expected to participate in our struggle for the integration of Nagalim. "Swu told the Nagas to be a prepared for any eventuality. "Prepared people will never be disheartened, for we know that only the prepared people are destined for victory," he added.


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