Nagaland Congress Chief seeks resignation of all 60 legislators for Naga solution, demands President's Rule
The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has sought resignation from all the 60 legislators of the state Assembly and has also demanded the enactment of Naga solution. The NPCC chief, K Therie, has also asked the Centre to implement the President’s rule.
The NPCC chief, while speaking to the press, said that If there is any sincerity on the part of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) government to find a political solution over the Naga issue, then they should submit their resignation to Union Home Minister Amit Shah and ask him to implement the political solution as there is nothing more left with the State Assembly election due very soon.
Therie also alleged that Nagaland Chief Minister and NSCN (IM) general secretary Th Muivah to not have any political solution to the Naga issue.
He also added that if the Rio-led government is serious about the political solution, then they should resign and let the Prime Minister and Union Home Minister implement the solutions as the Naga peace talks concluded on October 31, 2019 over the dispute which dates back to decades.
The NPCC chief also said that the people of Nagaland want a political solution to the Naga issue or elections which are due in February-March. He also added that it is time to be realistic and rational, while also adding that the NPCC’s demands align with the interest of the people in the state.
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The NPCC President in his press conference also recalled what the Prime Minister of India terming the Naga issue as resolved while signing of the Framework Agreement with the NSCN(IM). He further urged the BJP to stand by its commitment if or otherwise BJP and its allies will be treated as traitors and liars.
Therie also asked the ruling party of the country to implement President’s Rule and defer the elections to implement the political solution as people want solution and not elections. He further added that this should be the approach of the Central government and the state government.
He said they don’t need to wait for another negotiation as two solutions over the Naga issue can’t be implemented. NPCC chief said that there will be no sovereignty or integration citing the agreed position which was signed in November 2017, and demanded that the agreement made between the Centre and Naga National Parties should be implemented.
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