Dissolve NLA in favour of Naga solution — NPCC
Dimapur, June 13 (EMN): Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has accused the state government of delaying the protracted Naga political solution to ‘protect their chairs in the name of facilitation’.
In a statement issued on Sunday, NPCC stated that the government should not play ‘delay tactics’ anymore and urged the voters of Nagaland to stand united on common interests.
‘Dissolve the State Assembly. There is no need for Nagaland State Assembly, JLF or Core Committee to facilitate political negotiation anymore. Hon’ble Governor and Interlocutor have said talks are over. It cannot be a joke. NSCN (IM) has also warned the Core Committee not to intervene in the FWA which is best known to NSCN(IM) and GOI. Now therefore, there is nothing to intervene. WC of NNPG has reached Agreed Points way back on Nov. 17, 2017. Stakeholders have concurred and have demanded a solution,’ read the statement.
NPCC asserted that all political parties, except the Congress Party in Nagaland, had joined in delay tactics.
“They are also in alliance with Hindutva, camouflaged in regional garb. Their inner heart is not with the people of Nagaland. They are for their power and money.
“They have promised to ‘pave the way for an honourable and acceptable solution’. If they are honest and not traitors, they should dissolve the Assembly in favour of a solution that has been arrived at under Framework Agreement (3rd Aug 2015) and Agreed Points (17th Nov 2017),”it said.
The party further said to leave the matter to the government of India and the negotiating teams. “The solution will be implemented without delay and election called for,” it added.