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"What I saw about two years ago still remains": Ja

[b]"What I saw about two years ago still remains": Jamir[/b]

Oken Jeet Sandham – Asian Tribune

[b]Kohima, 09 December, (NEPS):[/b] Former Nagaland Chief Minister and current Governor of Goa, SC Jamir said any solution to the long drawn out Naga political issue should be durable, permanent and honorable and it should be acceptable to the people of Nagaland and the Government of India.

Talking to reporters after inaugurating the "2nd Conference of the Vice Chancellors of the North-East and Jammu and Kashmir" here on Thursday, the Governor said they should be able to "work out" for a final settlement to the Naga political problem during the ongoing peace process. "But so far they can't work out," he rued.

Jamir averred that the ongoing peace process which was started when he was Chief Minister in the State should not be fizzled out without finding a "durable, permanent and honorable solution that is acceptable to the people of Nagaland and the Government of India."

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