Naga peace pact 'any day'
New Delhi, March 4 (IANS) Deputy National Security Adviser and Prime Minister's special envoy for the Naga peace talks, R.N. Ravi, is arriving in Dimapur and would travel to Kohima over the next two days to conclude the protracted Naga peace talks, sources said.
Government sources said with the Naga groups expected to reciprocate with "pragmatic flexibility", the final agreement could be signed any day.
Sources say the government is ready to consider a Naga flag for a pan-Naga cultural body and to term the final agreement as the "Naga Constitution".
Seven Naga groups are on board over the peace talks, sources added.