AIZAWL: Zoramthanga, the president of the Mizo National Front (MNF) and chief minister of Mizoram revealed that several MLAs met with him on Thursday to discuss facilitating talks between their Naga counterparts in the conflict-ridden state.
Zoramthanga emphasized that Naga leaders are following the MNF's lead and emphasized the significance of bringing Manipur's real conditions to the Indian government's attention. He emphasized how important it is in this situation to offer wise political counsel.
Speaking on Friday at a gathering held at the party headquarters, Zoramthanga emphasized Mizoram's importance as the Jerusalem for Christian people for descended the Zo people in Bangladesh, Manipur, and Myanmar.
He made an intriguing disclosure when he said he was working on his second autobiography, which he claimed he was unable to publish in time for the elections. Zoramthanga promised that the autobiography would be made public as soon as possible.
Bringing attention to Aizawl's distinctiveness, Zoramthanga said that, whether in Europe or other parts of Asia, there isn't a place like it in the world, where everyone gathers at the church on Sundays. He was thankful and said that God had blessed MNF so that it could operate for more than 60 years.
In the meantime, on November 20, two Kuki-Zo community members tragically lost their lives in an alleged attack on civilians in the Kangpokpi district of Manipur by unidentified miscreants, which was strongly condemned by the Konsaram Village Authority (KVA) and Konsaram Naga Women Union.
The Naga body has warned warring communities to stay away from Naga areas, even though it is remaining neutral in the ongoing violence in Manipur. They vehemently denounced the November 20 "act of terror" that Kuki militants, working with 30 Assam Rifles, committed against Naga villages.
The Naga body denounced as a violation of human rights the indiscriminate firing and threats against women and children. They denounced Indian security forces for what they considered to be targeted practices against defenceless civilians in Nagaland. The Naga body demanded an end to all combing operations—carried out by Indian security forces in collaboration with Kuki militants—in Naga areas.