Sunday, May 9, 2021

NPF LP urges Parl to discuss PSC Report 213

Dimapur, July 31: The NPF Legislature Party has urged the Parliament to discuss the Parliamentary Standing Committee Report 213 on the floor of both the Houses of Parliament at the earliest so that in the event of any solution that is hammered out between the negotiating parties, it should be inclusive.
NPF Legislature Party appreciated that the Parliamentary Standing Committee also acknowledged the uniqueness of Naga History and the eagerness and desire of the Naga people for a permanent early solution. It also appreciated the committee for demanding an early solution to Naga Political issue.
On National Register of Citizens of India (NRC), the party said there is a possibility of large scale migration of aliens into Nagaland following the declaration of NRC in Assam and added that there is an urgent need to take preventive measures.
While appreciating the stand taken by certain NGOs who have voiced concern on the issue, the NPF Legislature Party urged the Government to immediately deploy more administrative and police forces to the border areas to assist the existing ones to tackle the issue and also keep in place an exigency system to prevent influx of illegal immigrants till a sustainable system can be put in place.
On natural calamities being faced by the state, the NPF Legislature Party expressed solidarity to the people of Nagaland for the unprecedented natural calamities.
It also expressed profound sorrow on the loss of lives in Aghunato and Phesama in the recent past in Nagaland and conveyed deep condolences to all the bereaved families.
It said the Government has failed its promise to repair the HQ roads in 60 days but, at least it should give full effort to mitigate the sufferings of the commuters due to natural calamities and also compensate loss of lives. (Page News Service)