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One-day Consultative Meet on border issues held at Dimapur

The consultative meeting unanimously resolved and endorsed the creation of a conducive atmosphere among the indigenous people of the northeast states for free and frank discussion/dialogue for resolving all the border issues relating to the concerned people.

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Dimapur: The Nagaland Indigenous People’s Forum (NIPF) organized a one-day Consultative Meeting on the border issue with the civil societies Monday at Dimapur.

Attended by the representatives of the Nagaland Tribes Council (NTC), Central Nagaland Tribes Council (CNTC), Eastern Nagaland People’s Organization (ENPO), Nagaland Zeliang Public Organization and Nagaland GB Federation, the participants delved into the intricate inter-state boundary issues of the northeastern states, particularly Nagaland and its neighbouring states.

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After a threadbare discussion, the consultative meeting unanimously resolved and endorsed the creation of a conducive atmosphere among the indigenous people of the northeast states for free and frank discussion/dialogue for resolving all the border issues relating to the concerned people.

President NIPF, Dr Temsuwati Lkr, said that the North East Indigenous People’s Forum (NEIPF) is organizing the 2nd General Conference on April 29, 30, 2022 at Dimapur, which will be attended by delegates from all the northeast states.

“As a preparation for the conference, the Consultative Meeting was held with the representatives of the civil organisations of Nagaland to discuss the pressing border issues of the state. The consensus among all the representatives is to develop and establish people-to-people relationships to address any issue of the region”, Dr Temsuwati said.

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