By Imna Longchar
Dimapur (Nagaland), Oct 18 : Acknowledging the newly appointed Governor of Nagaland and also the interlocutor to the protracted Naga peace talk, AK Mishra, for showing outmost “urgency” with an effort to bring the “political talks” to a logical conclusion, the apex 14 tribal Hohos of Nagaland headquartered at Kohima on Sunday has urged all negotiating entities in the Naga political talks to wrap up the process of “signing an agreement” without further delay.
Reaffirming unanimously to stand on all its previous on the matter of “Naga Solution”, an emergency meeting of the 14 tribal Hohos of Nagaland held on Oct 16 at Commissioner’s Guest House, Kohima, secretary, Laji Luyanba, said that in the meeting, the house has also deliberated and discussed thereby resolving that any threat or intimidation to the Tribal Hoho leaders and other Naga Civil Society leaders by any group (s) would not be tolerated and as such shall not be confronted publicly by all tribes.
He also pointed out that any resolution (s) adopted by the “Naga Hoho” should not be taken into consideration or treated as the “voice of the Nagas” of Nagaland by stating that “as not a single Naga tribe of Nagas of Nagaland is a part or affiliated to Naga Hoho”.
Stating that anything that is for the “Nagas of Nagaland” would be determined only by the “tribal Hohos of Nagaland”, the secretary of the 14 tribal hohos of Nagaland said that the October 16 emergency meet has also reaffirmed that the tribal hohos would stand united for the larger interests f the Nagas for “early solution”.
The Hohos also appealed to all the negotiating parties that any part of the “agreement” that is to be implemented in Nagaland should be made known to the tribal Hohos of Nagaland before the final solution is signed.