- KOHIMA: The peace talk with the Centre’s new interlocuter didn’t yeild desired results, stated the Naga insurgent group NSCN (IM).
In a statement, it said that the talk with AK Mishra failed ‘to live up to all the hype’
Mishra, the former Intelligence Bureau (IB) special was appointed as new peace talk interlocutor replacing RN Ravi about a month back.
In a statement released in Saturday the militany outfit stated that the resumption of talks after a gap of nearly two years, “much hype was generated that the final Naga solution is just round the corner.”
“However, the talks failed to live up to all the hype as the Government of India continues to indulge in political escapism on the very issues that is holding up the road to the Naga solution,” the statement read.
It further said centre’s stand on NSCN(IM) is unfortunate.
The militant outfit’s main demabds are separate flag and constitution for Nagaland which have been rejected by centre.