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Union seeks CS’ intervention on alleged illegal police recruitment

By EMN Updated: Mar 12, 2020 11:01 pm

Dimapur, March 12 (EMN):  The Naga Tribal Union Chümoukedima Town (NTUCT) has sought the intervention of the chief secretary of Nagaland in connection with the alleged corruption in recruitment process of Nagaland police.

In a representation to the chief secretary on Thursday, the union stated that it “would like to expose the gross manipulations in the matter of appointments of various ranks and constables in the police department in the recent past”.

The union asserted that figures of vacancy provided by the state Home minister did not tally with those revealed following an RTI application.

While reproducing the contrasting numbers and figures—obtained through RTI as well as official statement from the Home minister—the union maintained that ‘despite unveiling the modus operandi, the department has not reciprocated seriously to its humane approach to rectify the mistakes’.

“Although the NTUCT, on behalf of the Naga public, is fully prepared to go to any extend to nail the culprits and deliver justice to our people, yet to avoid any escalation of law and order problem in the process, having lots of faith and confidence on your statesmanship, we are bringing the issue before you timely intervention,” it stated.

By EMN Updated: Mar 12, 2020 11:01:57 pm