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In serving a cause, comradeship have to be sacrificed

By EMN Updated: May 04, 2014 1:21 am

There is a little chance of the NPF led DAN III legislators coming to the unanimous decision in naming the next chief minister and to their best knowledge it is fundamental political error to consider the unity of a group of legislator in NPF led DAN III government as more important than the vital interest of the NPF led DAN III workers and voters.
At this juncture, the used of the word ENPO in the process of next chief minister selection is vey much felt not necessary and proper because the state chief minister post cannot be base on the system of ‘Reservation.’In the larger interest of our state, the affairs and directions of the state principle policies and programmes should now be managed or handed over to the young dynamic legislators or to the most seasoned NPF party leader who has a deep conviction in regional politics possessing an intelligence of a very high order. Not undermining the suggested names of the contenders for State chief minister post that are speculated around or as appeared in newspapers, however, behind the political problems there are physiological problems which might be more difficult to handle and therefore instead of work-up artificial warmth to please the person or leader concerned, the NPF led DAN III legislators should express their opinion with perfect frankness from strict political efficiency to run the party government successful point of view so as to avoid the party workers and voters from been victimiised.

Toniho Sheqi
New Ministers’ Hill, Kohima

By EMN Updated: May 04, 2014 1:21:03 am