The ruling alliance partner Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) in Nagaland Thursday urged the Centre and the Naga groups to expedite the peace process and find an early solution to the decades-old Naga political issue.
The ten-point resolution adopted during the party's third general convention here demanded a negotiated political solution that is democratic, honourable and acceptable to the people to the issue.
The convention was significant in that it was the first general meeting of the NDPP since it formed the government with the BJP in the state in March last.
The NDPP extended support to the People's Democratic Alliance government in Nagaland to play the role of an active facilitator in the on-going peace process between the Centre and Naga political groups.
Iterating support for integration of all continuous Naga areas under a single administrative unit, the NDPP upheld the desire of the Naga people to live together as one family.
It called upon all sections of the people to "come together under a spirit of unity, brotherhood and oneness and make efforts towards strengthening of the political dialogue so that all sections contribute towards early realisation of an honourable political solution".
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