The All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) has indeed engaged the Center to keep Arunachal Pradesh away from any sort of ‘regional changes’ or ‘regulatory and political mediations’ while finding an answer for the deep rooted Naga political issue.
Responding to media reports where the Center has chosen to finish up the decades-old harmony chats with the NSCN (IM) and Naga National Political Groups in Nagaland by September this year, the AAPSU said “the discussions ought not influence Arunachal and its kin in any capacity.”
“We are a lot of mindful of the NSCN (IM’s) vision of Nagalim or Greater Nagaland yet there are no ‘Nagas’ in Arunachal Pradesh. We have consistently, on record, questioned their personal stake structures. All the clans including the Noctes, Wanchos, Tutsas, Tangsas and so forth possessing in the state are Arunachalees and Indians,” an announcement from the association said.
The guide of Nagalim, delivered by the NSCN (IM) a couple of years back incorporates the Tirap, Changlang, Longding, Anjaw, Lohit and Namsai locale of Arunachal in it.
The progressive governments, common social orders and understudy associations in the state have, be that as it may, clarified that they would not settle on their regional trustworthiness.
The AAPSU said the Center ought to likewise remain by the affirmations given by its questioner and present Nagaland lead representative R N Ravi to the association.
Ravi, during his gathering with the then AAPSU group in 2015 had guaranteed that Arunachal’s advantage would not be undermined during the hour of executing the last draft of the Naga Peace Accord.
The AAPSU said its current group has just submitted portrayals in regards to the issue to President Ram Nath Kovind, previous home clergyman Rajnath Singh other than presenting various portrayals to the state government and lead representative.
“We invite the activity taken by the progressive governments in settling the Naga issue; notwithstanding, we might likewise want to clarify that the indigenous individuals of Arunachal Pradesh will unequivocally contradict any endeavors made to change the regional locale of the state or any sort of managerial, political or different mediations while arriving at a last answer for the decades-old uprising issue in Nagaland,” the association said.
The AAPSU has additionally called upon all the administrators of the state get together, the state’s MPs and the ideological groups to unequivocally restrict any potential endeavors to adjust the state’s regional locale and organization for the proposed accord between the Government of India and NSCN (IM).