Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said on 7th April in Guwahati that Centre will come up with tangible solution to the long-drawn Naga political problem without disturbing the territories of other states.
He said the Centre would come out with the final version of the Naga Framework Agreement, signed between it and the NSCN (IM) in August 2015, within the tenure of the Narendra Modi government.
“I can assure to the people of Northeast that talks are on with the NSCN (IM) for a political solution and that there will not be any ramifications on boundary of the states. There is some misconceptions about the Naga peace process,” said Rijjiju.
Rijiju further told the press conference that “sovereignty” and “other serious issues” have been dropped from the charter of demands of the NSCN(IM), reassuring that the territorial integrity of northeastern states would not be impacted by the final Naga agreement.