ZPO wonders at antagonism against former CM TR Zeliang
Dimapur, March 26 (EMN): The Zeliang people Organisation (Nagaland) has lamented that “the Naga people” or “some political parties” have “started hunting against a particular leader or district.” The group issued a press release on Sunday stating that former Chief Minister TR Zeliang was “not given a single free day to execute the state of affairs smoothly and peacefully…”
The ZPO (N) issued a press release on Sunday. The ZPO claimed in the press release: “Ever since T.R Zeliang, became the chief minister, he was not given a single free day to execute the state of affairs smoothly and peacefully, and now even after dethroning him from the chair, some people are still feeling insecure of his vision, ability and statesmanship and hurling different unwanted allegation against him, in spite of his supreme sacrifice by stepping down honourably from the comfort and power of his chair.”
The organisation expressed sadness that “the Naga people” or “some political parties” had “stoop so low, that they had started hunting against a particular leader or district.”
The ZPO also requested the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee “to find out if any district is left out of CMRDF, or cite any one example of such equal distribution of fund by any of the past leader or chief minister be it in any regime to justify their statement.”
The organisation also stated that the people of Peren district were affiliated to various political parties, regional or national party. “…then why a particular person who is having affiliation with NPCC is so particular, or jealous about this negligible fund allocation for construction of hospital road?”
Here, the ZPO stated that the Jalukie town hospital-road was in deteriorated condition for the past 3-4 years. “In this regard the works of soiling, metalling (sic) and black topping are being executed in advance by the said construction company on public demand and pressure, before the fund is released, for which the people of Jalukie town are so grateful to the contractor,” the press release stated.
The NPCC, the ZPO added, may point out “if there is any doubts or lapses” and set up an inquiry commission “if this project was not implemented in any manner.”