The ongoing peace talks with the banned outfit, the Hynñiewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) is getting close to a closure.
This was stated by cabinet minister and MDA spokesperson Paul Lyngdoh while informing about the approval to the Governor’s Address for the upcoming budget session of the State Assembly scheduled to begin from March 20.
“We made a reference to talks that are ongoing with the HNLC and which are going to a point of closure every soon,” Lyngdoh said.
He however declined to reveal more about the contents of the Governor’s address.
“It will not be fair for me to share today (the Governor’s Address) then it will be redundant on Monday but we have covered very significant points including the areas of focus of the government, infrastructure and critical areas where we are going to stress on,” Lyngdoh said.
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