Stating that the Nagas are strongly opposed to forced union with India, the largest insurgent group of the Northeast said 'forced union' will breed fighting and killing.
On Friday, Ravi accused the chief negotiator in Naga peace talks, of adopting a procrastinating attitude to delay the settlement of the Naga problem.
Tribe-based organisations of the state on Friday met governor RN Ravi and insisted on early solution to the protracted issue.
The NSCN-IM has held around 100 rounds of peace talks with the Centre, within and outside the country, but the long-cherished solution continues to elude both sides.
The National Investigation Agency is probing the case but the security forces believe the NSCN-IM in the attack.
The Nagaland government has decided to hold a consultative meeting on July 17 to discuss the ongoing ‘Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland’ (RIIN).
RIIN was set in motion on July 10 with a view to streamline the system of issuance of indigenous inhabitant certificates and also to maintain a record of such indigenous inhabitants.