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60 MLAs converted Nagaland into a Hindutva State Govt.: K Therie

Nagaland News

DIMAPUR, MARCH 22: The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has alleged that all the 60 MLAs in the State elected with “Christian votes has shamed and destroyed the image of every Christian and that of the Christian State” by deciding to vote for the BJP.
The NPCC’s allegation comes against the backdrop of the decision of the MLAs to support the BJP nominee in the coming Rajya Sabha election.
“In the given situation, the people’s govt. with Christian votes has shamed and destroyed the image of every Christian and that of the Christian State. Today, according to their decisions, all the 60 MLAs did not hesitate to vote for the BJP thus they have converted Nagaland into a Hindutva State Govt.”, alleged NPCC president K Therie in a press release.
“The voice of the Congress was ignored time and again. The voices of Christians were crashed. We cannot, nor, can you fight alone. Only when likeminded men and women join hands, we will be able raise our heads before the Christian world. Our doors are open to all, to work together”, he said while announcing the NPCC organizational election, which will start from April 1 next.
The AICC has appointed KB Krishnamurthy, ex-MP as Pradesh Returning Officer and Manoj Chauhan as APRO. Elections will start from April 1, 2022 and will be completed by May 31, 2022 in the States. By July, AICC elections will also be completed.
Informing that NPCC has appointed 383 enrollers all over the State, Therie said they are available in all constituencies and anyone can get registered from any station with any of the enrollers.
Therie also informed that he has no intent to contest the organizational elections, as he had served the people of Nagaland and the party as President NPCC since May 5, 2015.
Thanking all for their support along the way, Therie also expressed regret for any unpleasant actions taken in the interests of the people and party. “I regret, if anyone was hurt. I sincerely express that there was nothing personal nor any hard feelings in all my dealings”, he added. (Page News Service)