The Arunachal Naga Students Federation, ANSF met R N Ravi, Interlocutor for Indo-Naga Peace Talk & Joint Intelligence Committee, Chairman, GoI, at his office, Delhi and submitted a memorandum to him.
In the memorandum ANSF appraised the GoI to re-amendment the nomenclature with proper authentic tribes name from “any naga” which is enacted in the ministry of tribal affairs, GoI, under schedule VI of serial number X.
The federation said that any Naga has no meaning without its tribe and said that the Naga people living in Arunachal Pradesh is still not yet recognized in the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, GoI.
The federation has also strongly opposed the draconian law(AFSPA-1958) which was implemented in the year 17-09-1991 in the area and also appeal the GoI to revoke the act, as to which the security forces misused the power against the common innocent people rather than ensuing the safety of the people.
The Federation also appeal the GoI to implement article 371 (a) in the territory of Tirap, Changlang and Longding Districts.
The federation also gravely shared the deplorable development condition of the three Naga districts of Tirap, Changlang and Longding of Arunachal Pradesh and to which the federation proposed “Patkai Territorial Autonomous Council” for the region with self administrative zone.
The federation claimed that the Arunachal Nagas had experience lots of suffering from every corner of the wall and the region is still underdeveloped in terms of versatile sector.
The ANSF also met the top collective leaders of NSCN-IM at Delhi to know the status and the burning issue of on-going Indo-Naga Peace Talk with GoI.