Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipurchief ministers vowed not to compromise territorial integration in the name of peace of the Naga people.
They jointly announced it after the trio talked to Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi on Friday.
They further asked prime minister Narendra Modi to make the Accord public.
Flanked by Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh and his Arunachal Pradesh counterpart Nabam Tuki, Gogoi said, “We welcome the Accord for restoration of peace in Nagaland. But ion the same breath we will not allow anybody to compromise the territorial integrity.”
Gandhi was believed to have asked them to go all out against the prime minister who signed the Accord without any consent from the neighbouring states.
In order to ensure smooth and proper management and free fair, peaceful conduct to the forthcoming 11th N.C. Hills Autonomous Council Election 2013, a meeting was held at the Deputy Commissioner’s Conference Hall, Haflong with all Heads of Offices of the State, Central, Semi States, Public Sector Undertaking Boards and Co-operation etc. Chairman of the meeting M.K Das, ADC apprised that the State Election Commission will soon issue elections date to the N.C Hills Autonomous Council. At the meeting preliminary matters related to the forthcoming election were discussed and also rules and regulations to be abided by all during the Model code of conduct period. Das also informed that in the election there will be ten zones and each zone will be under Zonal Magistrates and zones will again be sub-divided under Sector Magistrates. He said that the selection for zonal and sector magistrates have been done who will be notified soon. Training to presiding officers and to all poll related officials will be completed in the next 20 days. He also requested all the Departments to expedite submission of names of their staff for polling personnels. It needs to be mentioned that the N.C Hills Autonomous Council has 28 Autonomous Constituencies.
The Centre on Thursday said that ULFA 'general secretary' Anup Chetia would soon be brought back from Bangladesh. The surprising move came to light when group's 'chairman' Arabinda Rajkhowa held talks with the Centre claimed on Thursday. Talking to reporters, Rajkhowa said a positive decision on Chetia is expected soon and Chetia would take part in future rounds of talks.
Union Home Secretary RK Singh told reporters that the issue was still pending in courts in Dhaka and New Delhi would deal it with legally. He said that the dialogue was held in a cordial manner and significant progress has been made in it. The talks held point-by-point discussions with the government on group's charter of demands and a "political solution" to over the insurgency problem.