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Aizawl: Just a few days before the next round of talks between the Mizoram government and Hmar People Convention-Democratic (HPC-D) which is scheduled to be held on October 4, the state government has reiterated that it is not possible for the government to concede to the demand of the Hmar outfit.

“Conceding of the demand for the creation of Autonomous District Council put forth by the HPC-D is impossible,” asserted Mizoram Home minister R. Lalzirliana.
HPC-D Demand Area in Mizoram.
The HPC (D) has been demanding a separate Autonomous District Council in the north eastern part of Mizoram under the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India and has been indulging in violent activities to press their demands from across the Manipur border.

The peace talks between Mizoram government and HPC (D) was resumed on August 10, three years after a stalemate in 2013. Earlier, both Mizoram government and the HPC (D) had made several efforts to find an amicable solution to the Hmar political imbroglio through negotiations and the last talks held in 2013 fizzled out due to disagreement over the period of extension of Suspension of Operation (SoO).

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  1. i think it is time we show Congress government that it is history in Mizoram. Lal Thanhawla will never solve the HPC(D) issue, he will keep it pending and pending.

  2. Any further meeting must be held on neutral ground and not in Aizawl! The HPC(D) leadership should put their acts together and show that they are also serious about peace and at the same time ready to walk the extra mile in achieving their goals. Having fought for over three decades, they should know that it cost too much for nothing.


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