NPF asks NDPP to stop playing ‘blame game’

NPF asks NDPP to stop playing ‘blame game’
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Dimapur, August 29: The Naga People’s Front (NPF) has accused the PDA Government of always playing the “blame game” instead of putting efforts in running the affairs of the State according to their commitment made to the public.
Reacting to the ruling NDPP’s rejoinder to its earlier statement, the NPF said, “Whenever, the public as well as the opposition NPF tried to point out the loopholes and misdeeds of the Government of the day and asks the PDA Government to ponder upon for the welfare of the Naga people, the ruling party instead of putting efforts in running the affairs of the state according to their commitment made to the public, always shies away and plays a blame game.”
Reminding the NDPP that the NPF had ruled the State for the last 15 years and the last 4 years “have been exceptional in bringing peace and development to the state”, the NPF urged the NDPP to work like a ruling party for people’s interest “as their time of Government may be short lived”.
On the NDPP’s pointing their fingers back to NPF on VIP culture, the NPF said it raised the issue solely for the benefit of the public as well as for the Government of the day to save the State exchequer as the PDA Government has been randomly appointing “their chamchas and even awarding their losing candidates” in the rank of cabinet status, minister of state, advisor, chairman to look after various departments.
The NPF also accused the Chief Minister of “fooling the Naga people by contradicting himself.” It claimed that during the early part of June 2018 at New Delhi the CM had announced to the media that the integration of Naga contiguous areas is not possible, whereas his Government had recently adopted a resolution in support of integration issue. Even his Independence speech was all out for integration, it said.
The NPF also urged the NDPP to realize that the PDA’s six months old Government is already marred with lots of agitations by the public, civil societies, students, government employees and this should be taken into consideration “before it is too late for the Government to survive”.
Stating that the NDPP statement accusing the previous NPF Government time and again is nonsensical, the NPF further urged the NDPP to be more realistic in their approach and work for the people. (Page News Service)