Mass civil societies condemn NCD imbroglio
Dimapur, Dec. 1 (EMN): Dimapur-based Naga mass civil societies comprising of the Dimapur Urban Council Chairmen Federation (DUCCF), Dimapur Naga Women Hoho (DNWH), Dimapur GBs Sardar (DGBS) and the Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) have vehemently condemned the act of some few vested individuals involved in creating an unnecessary issues pertaining to the Naga Council Dimapur for their selfish interest.
Stating that organisations/ societies function within the ambit of their respective constitutions, a joint statement issued by the mass civil societies said members of any recognised organisation are appointed/ selected/ nominated either by the election commission or by the nominating committee. It added that the nature of selecting/ setting up of election commission or the nominating committee are done by the outgoing members/ executives.
It went on the stated that the election commission/ nominating committee do the necessary procedures to form the council of executives/ members within the ambit of the constitution. It also mentioned that the new aspiring candidate/ members have no constitutional right to participate in selecting the election commission/ nominating committee until and unless they took an oath.
As the primary objective of any civil societies/ organisation is purely voluntary and for the well-being of the society, the mass civil societies stated it was illogical/ irrational for any individual trying to breach the constitution of the society/ organisation where he/she desires to get accommodated.
The Naga Council Dimapur being one of the oldest and most respected civil societies in the state which plays a role of fatherly figure to other civil bodies and for citizens of Dimapur, the mass civil societies have expressed concern to observe that the office has remained non-functional for the past five months.
In view of the pending litigation for the Naga Council issue, the mass civil societies have appealed to the judge to pass an early judgement in the interest of justice to the citizens Dimapur.