Nagaland Ceasefire Extended: Centre & NSCN/GPRN (Khango)


In a significant step toward fostering peace and stability in Nagaland, the government of India and NSCN/GPRN (Khango) have mutually agreed to extend the ceasefire agreement, ensuring a conducive environment for dialogue and conflict resolution.

Extended Ceasefire Period

Effective from April 18, 2024, to April 17, 2025, the extension signifies the commitment of both parties to sustaining an environment that encourages dialogue and resolution.

The announcement of the ceasefire extension emerged on Thursday (March 07) following deliberations between representatives of the government of India and NSCN/GPRN (Khango).

The decision reflects the shared commitment of both parties to uphold peace and explore modalities for addressing longstanding issues in the region.

In a statement from the ministry of information and publicity of NSCN/GPRN (Khango), the ceasefire agreement is emphasized as a means to promote peace in Nagaland and facilitate constructive dialogue to address the aspirations of the Naga people.

The extension underscores the seriousness of both parties in pursuing a peaceful resolution to the conflict, fostering lasting stability in the region.

The ceasefire extension agreement, signed by A Imyapangba Ao and Mhoyamo Kithan on behalf of NSCN/GPRN (Khango), reaffirms the outfit’s commitment to adhere to the ceasefire ground rules. It also signifies a willingness to engage in constructive dialogue with the government of India to address key issues affecting the Naga people.

The government of India reiterates its commitment to addressing legitimate grievances and aspirations of the Naga people through inclusive and constructive dialogue.

The extension reflects the government’s willingness to engage in dialogue with all stakeholders, aiming to find mutually acceptable solutions to the longstanding issues in Nagaland.



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