Naga Hoho urges rival NPF groups to reconcile
Dimapur, January 14
In the midst of present imbroglio within the NPF, the Naga Hoho has sincerely appealed to all the leaders to keep their individual interest aside for once, reconcile with each other and decide for the best interest of Naga people. “Those failing to come out of their cocoons/camps and deliver goods to the people at large should be held responsible for any eventuality which would be too costly for the Nagas,” the Hoho in a release issued by its media cell cautioned today.
The Naga Hoho also fervently appealed to all the elected representatives to remember that they have achieved their position through the mandate of the people and therefore they are responsible for the present and future of the Naga people.
As per the law of the land, the 12th Nagaland Legislative Assembly was formed in 2013 by giving mandate to the elected members who are supposed to bring development to the State and accelerate their activities for the welfare of the people according to their written manifestoes and commitment, the Hoho reminded.
However, the Hoho said it was pained by the current impasse among the responsible Naga legislators who are holding up in different camps and misleading the general public by creating propaganda and rumours through social network and print media thereby creating tension and confusion in the minds of the Naga people.
It is also very unfortunate that the entire State machinery has been brought to a grinding halt for almost two weeks now owing to the sharp division among the ruling legislators, the Hoho said, adding that the Naga general public are now perturbed to watch the drama between the two conflicting camps which is a disgrace for any democratic society.