A Naga peace deal also requires the understanding and acceptance of non-Nagas
So, what of peace negotiations with Naga rebels beyond its government-imposed 31 October deadline? It continues because it must. There is no agreement on paper. It’s back to talk-talk, fight-fight, the approach these past 22 years since NSCN (I-M), or National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah), the largest Naga rebel group, signed a ceasefire in 1997.
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