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HPC-D: Mizoram Government Is Not Sincere In Peace Process

IMPHAL, Mar 13: The Hmar People’s Convention-Democratic (HPC-D) has said that after much deliberation on the ongoing peace process, the Hmar outfit is convinced of the absence of confidence, trust and commitment from the Mizoram Government side despite signing the document for the Suspension of Operation (SoO).

“The narrow pre-conditions that have been repeatedly put forward by the Government of Mizoram have not only reduced the credibility of the Suspension of Operation (SoO) document, but also the parties that are involved in it,” the outfit’s political affairs secretary LB Hmar informed Newmai News Network on Saturday evening.

LB Hmar said the HPC (D) strongly believes that both the engaging parties should pro-actively work to build confidence, trust and goodwill before the Hmar-Government of Mizoram political talk is put on track.

“Therefore, in the interest of securing a healthy climate for the political talk, the HPC (D) opines that the current term of the SoO be fruitfully employed by both sides. Accordingly, it is the stand of the HPC(D) that the ‘Hmar-Government of Mizoram Political Talk’ be held only after the extension of the current term of the SoO,” the HPC-D leader said.

He added that to pursue the matter, the HPC (D) will send its delegates for extending the SoO anytime in May, 2011. The Government of Mizoram may kindly find a date for the purpose, the HPC-D leader said.

(Courtesy: The Sangai Express/Newmai News Network)

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