Expressing his happiness that the Naga Political Groups (NPGs) currently in ceasefires with the Government of India were receptive and observing ground rules of the ceasefires, CFMG
Chairman disclosed that NSCN (K) led by Khango Konyak had also entered into a fresh ceasefire with the Center for a period of one year effective April 15, 2019.
Board of supervisors cancel its contract with CFMG.
Sheriff's department and CFMG accept responsibility for the unnatural deaths and implement grand jury recommendations to expand mental health services.
It has been four months now without a Chairman of the CFMG and CFSB.
It is honestly believed that the only remedy to these undesirable acts of factional violence in the State is to immediately appoint a Chairman of CFMG and CFSB because only he can act, command and summon leaders of the factions through the CFMG or CFSB meetings to sort out differences or warn against violating CFGRs.
He resigned from the Chairmanship of both CFMG and CFSB at a time when Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio took over the NPF-led DAN Government for the third term.
Whenever such issues came up, they were sorted out through the meetings of the CFMG and CFSB.
All these meetings were presided over by the Chairman of the both CFMG and CFSB.
While denying that the Government of India remained silent on the recent unwanted development following the impeachment of Khaplang from the group, the CFMG Chairman said, "The Government of India needs some time to study that development and do consultation process before taking any decision."
So between these periods, he sought escorts and they were provided to him, the CFMG Chairman explained.
Stating that his main job as Chairman of CFMG was to help and strengthen the "peace process," Maj Gen Kochekkan said his greatest happiness would come in his life "when the people celebrate peace."
He said the requisition of providing escorts to the faction (GPRN/NSCN) came from the CFMG