Talks to continue

DIMAPUR, Dec 15 : The NSCN (IM) has resolved to continue the Indo-Naga political talks under the leadership of its chairman with integrity, courage and determination.
The resolution was taken during the Tatar Hoho (Parliament session) of the NSCN (IM) held yesterday at Hebron.
According to a statement from the outfit, its chairman Q Tuccu expressed “discontent” on how the peace talks has been going on with the Government of India as he minced no words to point out that there is a ‘trust deficit’ between the two sides.
He also accused the Government of India of systematically perpetrating political injustice to the Naga people. Sharing the sentiment of the NSCN (IM) chairman, the Tatar Hoho adopted a resolution wherein it stated that the NSCN "nevertheless" will continue to pursue the Indo-Naga political talks  with integrity, courage and determination. The Naga political issue is something that is sacrosanct to the Nagas, he added.