Nagaland Post———–A 15-member delegation of Nagaland GB Federation (NGBF) called on Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Thursday and urged upon the latter to take on board all Naga national political groups to the negotiating table so as to find a lasting and peaceful solution.

Zalipu said that the delegation submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister, while making an appeal that any solution should be inclusive of all groups and all stakeholders.

Zalipu said Modi appreciated the “well drafted memorandum”.

He further said that the delegation conveyed to the PM the same concern shared with the Interlocutor for Naga talks, R.N. Ravi on Wednesday to include the six Naga National Political Groups in the peace process and also to “revive” the cease-fire with NSCN (K).

NGBF president Shalem Konyak also apprised the Prime Minister that due to killings between security forces and different Naga Political Groups, the GBs were victimized. Shalem also reiterated the stand of NGBF for inclusive solution and permanent peace in Nagaland.

The delegation affirmed to extend wholehearted support to the Prime Minister for the Naga peace process with the hope that Modi would take this process to its logical conclusion as desired by all Nagas.