BJP Chizami mandal seeks justification from CBCC

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Dimapur, March 26: The BJP 17th Chizami Mandal has sought justification/ clarification from the Chakhesang Baptist Church Council (CBCC) and Chakhesang Clean Election Movement (CCEM) for its failure to implement the 18th point resolution passed by the general public held at CBCC convention hall on June 27, 2017.
In a meeting held along with BJP Phek Division and village units on March 23 at Mini Tourist Lodge, Pfutsero, the mandal also demanded the CBCC to identify the Church leaders who were involved in the election process, campaigning through “hate and false propagandas, proxy voting, etc,” and accordingly expelled them for 5 years as per the CCEM resolution in order to save the integrity and sanctity of the church.
The house also resolved to seek justification from the Executive Secretary, CBCC as to why church leaders were involved in the election campaign and even used the church pulpit to campaign against particular party which is directly against the point no. 8 of CCEM resolution. “CBCC failing to justify satisfactorily, the party shall not participate in any manner of church activities, be it donation/ contribution and move non-co-operation movement.”
The party also demanded CBCC to prove and authenticate that BJP is “communal, anti Christian & killer” and accordingly the membership of BJP supporters be strike off from the respective churches.
The mandal also demanded for impeachment of Mosonyi Domeh (Nukhu), President, NDPP Phek Division, alleging that the Phek Division NDPP president was responsible for the merger of NPP to NPF violating all the norms of NDPP-BJP pre-poll alliance in the 13th general election. “Therefore, the party felt it necessary that the NDPP Central office removed him immediately from the office of NDPP Phek Division so as keep the alliance in letter and in spirit.”
The house further resolved to pressurize the administration (DC, ADC, SDO-Civil, OC) to immediately book the culprit for the hate poster campaigns of February 19 2018. (Page News Service)