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Neso meet to discuss peace policies

Kohima, Nov. 26: The conference of the Northeast Students’ Organisation will begin at Naga Solidarity Park here tomorrow to discuss issues like the peace process, influx, the Naga reconciliation process and the Centre’s policy for the region.

Former general secretary of Neso, N.S.N. Lotha, said the conference would be crucial as it would discuss important issues and take decisions on them. The conference is being hosted by the Naga Students’ Federation with the theme, Our Resources, Our Future.

The president of Naga Hoho, Keviletuo Kewhuo, will grace the introductory session and on Wednesday, chief minister Neiphiu Rio will be the chief guest.

During the valedictory programme, Birendra Prasad Baishya, the general secretary of the Northeast MP’s Forum, will be the guest of honour.

The conference will feature a cultural exchange programme among eight states, besides an interaction on various issues.

The convener of the forum for Naga Reconciliation, Rev. Wati Aier, will speak of the search for peace and justice through reconciliation. “We will deliberate on the ongoing peace process with militants groups in the region,” Lotha said.

He said the Centre was not at all sincere in resolving the issues but was creating more division in the region to weaken the people’s movements.