Nagaland BJP meets with central party leaders
Dimapur, May 22 (EMN): A delegation of leaders from the Nagaland unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led by deputy chief minister of the state, Yanthungo Patton, and minister for Higher and Technical Education, Temjen Imna Along, met with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on May 22 in New Delhi.
A press release from the deputy chief minister’s office on Wednesday stated: ‘Upbeat with the indications shown by the exit polls that the BJP-led NDA (National Democratic Alliance) under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra
Modi and national BJP president Amit Shah, will be storming back to power with a landslide victory after 23rd may counting date, the delegation thanked and congratulated the national BJP leaders of all ranks and files, BJP Karyartas in the grassroots level for their relentless effort and hard work in the just concluded Lok Sabha general elections in the country.’
The BJP delegation also apprised Rajnath Singh that the People’s Democratic Alliance government in Nagaland led by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio was ‘very comfortable with a commitment to deliver maximum goods and services to the people.’
In this regard, the press release stated, the Union Home minister was requested to ‘extend help in every possible way to the government of Nagaland even in their next dispensation.’
The BJP delegation informed that it requested again the Home minister to thoroughly investigate gangster Vijay Farmana and his associates about the ‘revelation of a plot to kill a Nagaland-based politician,’ apart from other related cases.
Singh assured that the case will be taken with all seriousness and “go down deep to the bottom and will leave no stone unturned until their diabolical designs are unearthed,” the press release explained.
‘Nagaland ministers Pangnyu Phom and Paiwang Konyak are joining the Nagaland BJP delegation in Delhi by tomorrow,’ the party added.
The delegation also called on national general secretary Ramlal and Northeast general secretary Ram Mahdav and discussed matters pertaining to the party “and the people in general,” the unit added.