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NDPP accuses Congress party of sowing seeds of hatred

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By EMN Updated: Apr 14, 2024 9:38 pm
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NDPP officials are seen during a coordination meeting of the 11th Northern Angami-II AC held at its head office on Saturday.

DIMAPUR — Nationalist Democratic People’s Party (NDPP) has accused the Congress party of sowing the seeds of hatred and division in the name of secularism.

Peter Kuotsu, general secretary of NDPP central executive board member (CEB), made this accusation during a coordination meeting of the 11th Northern Angami-II AC held at its head office on Saturday. Party leaders and officials from the central executive board (CEB), who were present at the meeting, shared their suggestions for the upcoming election, stated an update from the party.

Kuotsu alleged that the Nagas underwent untold atrocities resulting in loss of many lives perpetrated during the Congress regime to suppress the Naga movement by force and not dialogue.

He expressed hope that the PDA consensus candidate, Dr. Chumben Murry, would win by huge margin in the upcoming Lok Sabha election.

Unlike the Congress party, he stated that NDPP, as a regional party from Nagaland, work is working to protect the Naga culture and identity.

Besides, Kuotsu cited instances on how the state government under the leadership of the chief minister, Neiphiu Rio, along with its alliance partner under the prime minister of India, Narendra Modi, has brought transformative development in the state.

In a short speech, the vice president of NDPP central, Theyiekielie Tachü, informed that all legislators and former legislators and former candidates are working together to ensure a resounding victory for PDA consensus candidate, Dr. Chumben Murry.

He raised concerns about how the BJP party has been slandered as a non-secular party by people on social media which occurs only during the time of election.

He stated that although BJP and NDPP were two different parties with different ideologies, they were working together to bring about development in the state.

He assured that the NDPP party was committed to protecting the culture, tradition and religion of the Nagas.

He further cited how the Nagaland Legislative Assembly, irrespective of political parties, rejected the Forest Amendment Act and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Free Movement Regime and other policies that were unhealthy for the Naga society.

In his remark, the special assistant to CM, Vibeilietuo Kets, echoed similar sentiments saying that the election should not be seen as a Hindu-Christian election.

He urged the electors to be cautious of the false information propagated through social media platforms. He further urged the party workers to work hard and ensure that the NDPP candidate wins by a huge margin.

The meeting was chaired by president of 11th Northern Angami II AC, Kechalhoubei Talie, while an invocation prayer was said by vice president, Thepfukhao Chüpuo.

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By EMN Updated: Apr 14, 2024 9:38:08 pm
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