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KOHIMA, March 9. - The National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) said today that it had already signalled to the Centre that it wants a political dialogue. No positive response, however, had come from the Centre.
Speaking to The Statesman over the phone, a NSCN-K official, Mr Kughalu Mulatonu, said the outfit came forward with the idea of holding talks with the Centre for a solution to the Naga political problem. (The Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, had recently discussed the Naga problem. "If he keeps his word ... he is welcome," the NSCN-K official added.)
Asked if a condition would be put forward to the Centre before a dialogue begins, Mr …