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Rio urges Rajnath Singh for early settlement

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Rajnath Singh to attend Hornbill Festival

Rajnath Singh along with Neiphiu Rio and Neiba Kronu during courtesy call on the former by the state leaders at New Delhi on Wednesday.

Dimapur, Dec. 06 (EMN): The lone Lok Sabha MP and former chief minister of Nagaland Neiphiu Rio on Wednesday urged Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh for an early settlement to the Naga Political issue which would being peace and development to the whole Northeast.
The MP along with was Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Neiba Kronu made a courtesy call on the Union minister, stated a press release from state government agencies at New Delhi.
“During the brief interaction with the Home Minister, Neiphiu Rio urged upon the Union Home Minister Government of India for an early settlement of the Naga Political Issue. He also mentioned that with the settlement of Naga problem peace and development can come true in the state and to the North East Region in general,” it stated.
It stated that the Union minister in reply said that during his visit to attend the Hornbill Festival in the state he will meet all the state leaders.
It was also reported that Union Home Minister and MP will be travelling together for the Hornbill Festival.
Updates from PIB informed on Wednesday that the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will be attending the Hornbill Festival at Kisama on December 8 between 10 to 11am.
He will later inaugurate an indoor sports complex followed by Sainik Sammelan-address to the soldiers, at Sukhovi, Dimapur between 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.

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