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FNR calls all Nagas to Naga Reconciliation Meeting



The Naga people’s mandate for reconciliation and unity among the Naga political groups is absolute. It is upon the will of the people that the Forum for Naga Reconciliation with the active support of the Naga Hoho, tribe hohos, churches, women organizations, student organizations and the thousands of common Naga men and women, evolved a process towards “Naga Reconciliation: A Journey of Common Hope,” based on the historical and political rights of the people.
Despite many setbacks and challenges, the “Naga Reconciliation: A Journey of Common Hope” in its four years has clearly shown the many positive possibilities the Naga people can achieve if only the Naga political groups can come together. It demonstrated not just the de-escalation of internal violence, but the opportunity to a better way of life through mutual respect and trust. Therefore, the Naga people can no longer remain silent, because the future of the Naga people lies in the hands of the people.
At this critical moment, it is now time for the Naga people to take a decisive step towards our shared Naga future. The Forum for Naga Reconciliation calls upon all the Naga people to step forward to participate in the Naga Reconciliation Meeting at 10:00am on February 29 at the Agri Expo Centre, 4th Mile, Dimapur, Nagaland. It is essential that all the Naga groups, Naga Hoho, tribe hohos, ENPO, UNC, NBCC, FNBC, CAN, NCF, Churches, NSF, ENSF, ANSAM, NMA, NWUM, ENWO, Naga Women Hoho Dimapur, Women Organizations, NPMHR, Eastern Naga organizations, village council leaders, village representatives, senior citizens, GB’s and DB’s, Naga Council Dimapur, Peace Channel, all other NGOs and the Naga Public to rally together at this “Naga Reconciliation Meeting.”
On February 29, at 10:00am the Naga people must clearly implore our Naga groups and our leaders to demonstrate to the world that the Naga people have embraced forgiveness and reconciliation. Please be there at the Agri Expo Centre to show your support and commitment to “Naga Reconciliation: A Journey of Common Hope.”

Forum for Naga Reconciliation



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