16 Point Agreement Recently In News

Dr. Jamir is the only survivor of the 16-point agreement. The meeting wondered why a top leader like Zhimomi was defending the cause of the 16-point agreement, even though Indian leaders admitted that the agreement does not solve Indo-Naga`s political problem. The answer is the 16-point agreement signed in 1960 between the Naga People`s Convention and the Indian government, which makes Nagaland the 16th state in the Indian Union. As the only living signatory to the agreement, Jamir said that the NPC has always strived to create a favourable political environment in the region in order to clearly and unambiguously underline the basis of the Nagas` legitimate demands and protracted political aspirations before the Indian government. The solemn and unanimous resolution of the NPC is to save the hopes and aspirations of the Naga people, he said, adding that the agreement was conceived and drawn up with great caution and prudence taking into account all the societal and societal realities that prevail to serve as the basis for an honourable solution to the Naga question. . The NSCN (IM) said that the Naga people had strongly rejected the invitation of the Constituent Assembly of India to join the Union of India and its Constitution from day one. . Dr.

Jamir, considered one of the architects of modern Nagaland, received an honorary doctorate in international relations from the University of Cambodia in 2017. “The so-called state of Nagaland is only the child of the Indian constitution,” he said. In light of ongoing political discussions between the Indian government and the Naga factions, which dominate the state`s political landscape, the five-time Nagaland Prime Minister has declared himself ready to play a “secondary and advisory role.” “I salute their extraordinary courage and political maturity, because if they do not allow themselves to be overwhelmed by people`s emotions, they have been able to judge what was in their best interest,” he said. It published the publication in response to the recent statement by the Naga National Political Groups (NPPGs) working committee N. Kitovi Zhimomi, entitled “A Word of Caution.”