NCSU expresses concern over prevailing situation
DIMAPUR, FEBRYARY 22
Nagaland Contractors and Suppliers Union (NCSU) while expressing its concern over the prevailing situation in the state has said that at a time when the general public of Nagaland is eagerly longing for permanent peace and unity among the Nagas, ‘we are dismayed to see that the 60 elected members of Nagaland Legislative Assembly are divided in their ideology and principles among themselves. It is no secret that all developmental works and activities in the state are at a mess.’ “ At this juncture, the Nagaland Contractors and Suppliers Union (NCSU) would like to appeal to all the legislative members, reminding them that they are elected by the people to be responsible leaders and to give their best in protecting the interest of the people of Nagaland,” the NCSU stated.
It then strongly condemned the incidents of February 18 at the residence of Dr. Benjongliba Aier, MLA, in Dimapur, and February 21 near the official residences of Deo Nukhu, MLA, and Vikheho Swu’s, Parliamentary Secretary, in Kohima. “It is crystal clear from the both incidents that the motive of the miscreants, who fired shots and landed high intensity bombs in the two different incidents, is solely to disturb the peaceful atmosphere of the State by creating fear in the minds of our leaders as well as the people,” it added. The NCSU then appealed to the State Government to take immediate strong actions in booking the culprits and awarding befitting punishment as per the law of the land.
The NCSU also appealed to all the NGOs led by the Naga Hoho, ‘that it is not a time to be silent spectators of what is happening around us but to work and voice out for the betterment of the Nagas.’