CTAMK Urges ULB Candidates To Uphold Sanctity, Issues Directives - Eastern Mirror
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Chumoukedima, Nagaland

CTAMK urges ULB candidates to uphold sanctity, issues directives

By EMN Updated: May 15, 2024 10:26 pm

DIMAPUR — The Chümoukedima Town Angamimia Mechü Krotho (CTAMK) has urged all the aspiring candidates for Chümoukedima Town Council in the upcoming ULB polls to preserve the sanctity of the town and its citizens for peaceful co-existence among the tribes and communities in Chümoukedima jurisdiction.

In a press release, CTAMK stated that during its general meeting at CPO Hall, extensive discussions were held regarding the upcoming ULB election scheduled for June 26. It was resolved to enforce specific points for strict compliance by the respective leaders of the wards within its jurisdiction.

The CTAMK has decided to prohibit the use of liquor and intoxicative substances during the election campaigning process or for coercing voters. Also, it strongly opposed the use of monetary incentives to sway voters.

Additionally, it emphasised clean elections and opposed inter-ward proxy voting. CTAMK also cautioned against any groups or individuals inciting discord or division among the tribes and communities of Chumoukedima.

The organisation requests that the citizens of Chümoukedima adhere to the directives, as they are vital for safeguarding the larger interest to ensure fair and peaceful elections and promote unity and harmony among the citizens. 

The CTAMK also, in its statement, appreciated and endorsed the NSF’s stand on exclusive indigenous representation in the ULB polls, urging citizens to vote wisely for future generations.

By EMN Updated: May 15, 2024 10:26:57 pm
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