Goodwill Mission for Peaceful Coexistence in Manipur has appealed the government of India, the state government and the United Naga Council to bring about a fruitful tripartite talk that would begin tomorrow in Delhi.
Talking to the reporters at Adimjati complex in Imphal Ningthouja Lancha who is the convenor of the Goodwill Mission for Peaceful Coexistence said the mission representatives have been finding ways reaching out the people of the UNC and government representatives for an amicable solution to the present economic blockade imposed by the UNC.
Lancha said the Goodwill Mission people met the ex-officials and representatives of the UNC, went to Delhi to urge the central leaders and talked to the government to settle the issue. “It was a long process and during the course we couldn’t disclose what we were upto as it might disturb our mission and now we have come up successfully for the initiation of the Tripartite talk” added Lancha saying that the mission has been looking forward for a peaceful solution to the blockade.
The Goodwill Mission for Peaceful Coexistence was formed with the motive to bring peace and harmony among various communities in the state by understanding the woes and voice of the people. It was formed when there was fear of outcome of communal enmity in the state when the economic blockade was countered by a section of people in December last year.