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NTC endorses anti corruption campaign

By EMN Updated: Nov 21, 2015 12:47 am


Expressing its happiness on the anti corruption campaign in the state the Nagaland Tribes Council (NTC) said the recent development of consciousness amongst the civil bodies and the citizens on unabated corruption, misuse of fund and manipulations, particularly issues on backdoor appointments in various Government departments is a sign of social awakening and realization of the citizen’s duties and responsibilities while holding on our constitutional rights. The Nagaland Tribes Council while appreciating and assuring to extend all possible cooperation to “this courageous” moves of ACAUT, HRLN, CSU, KSU and public spirited citizens NTC said these organisations had taken the matter of corruption, mismanagement of fund, irregularities in recruitment processes and related issues to the courts for legal scrutiny and end of justice to the citizens of the State. “The enormous trust of the people towards judicious review and expeditious delivery of justice to rectify the erroneous actions of the executives and the law makers is a way forward to build transparent and accountability measures for a healthy society that calls for radical changes”.
According to the statement of NTC, the issues of cut-off year and yardsticks on effective coverage on legislated laws should be placed before the court of law for correct interpretation and necessary directions. The petitioners’ efforts to collect evidences and establish the case of public interest is laudable and therefore require maximum restrain to view the matter through the prism of tribal fabrics and raise public speculations to defeat the genuine endeavor. “When issues are viewed through the angular Prism, the refraction tempts the viewers to compromise with the targets. The NTC fervently appeal all concern not to bring in the tribal equations and polarizations in line of tribal differences in matters of great public importance,” it stated.

By EMN Updated: Nov 21, 2015 12:47:46 am