KOHIMA, March 1 -- Nagaland assembly is poised to pass a resolution condemning the recent decision by the Centre to abolish the Free Movement Regime (FMR) and fence the India-Myanmar border.

Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio has reaffirmed the state government's dedication to challenging this decision, stressing the necessity of comprehensive consultations with all stakeholders.

Rio acknowledged the valid concerns raised by members of the assembly, particularly from eastern Nagaland, regarding the suspension of FMR.

He underscored the importance of protecting the rights of the people and land of Nagaland, pledging to pursue the matter with the Government of India.

Initiating the discussion, NPF Legislator Kuzholuzo (Azo) Neinu stron...