Indo-Naga peace settlement–Meitei resistance

Naga Club submitted a memorandum to the Simon Commission in 1929 demanding that the Nagas should not be included within the reformed scheme of administration for British India, Naga National Council (NNC) of 1946 and The Hydari Agreement of 1947,  NSCN (I-M) signed the Framework Agreement with Government of India in the presence of Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi to arrive at the final agreement, Meiteis of Manipur have entertained certain apprehensions about the outcome of the final settlement of the Naga issue and its impact on the territorial integrity of Manipur. On the face of it, this is apparently a genuine concern for the Meiteis. But are they actually justified in terms of history, identity, culture and ethnic affinity? The answer is a definite ‘no’. They are not justified in raising various objections to the Naga Settlement which is yet to be finalised. The main objection of the Meiteis is that the territorial integrity of Manipur state should not be disturbed. .........................


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