Dimapur, February 4: Opposition NPF has condemned the NDPP-led PDA Government in Nagaland for being indecisive and confusing the Naga public with “its fickle and inconsistent decisions every other day” on the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016.
In a communiqué, the NPF asked the NDPP to ‘act’ more and talk less on the Citizenship Bill. “Cultivate more ‘Facta’ and less of ‘Verba’ and govern with responsibility and the will to serve and protect the people,” it asked the NDPP.
The NPF said it will not be surprised to read about a Cabinet decision not to oppose the CAB 2016 in “coming days”, as Cabinet decisions of the NDPP led PDA Government of late have been changing every alternate day.
Reiterating its stand and opposition to the CAB 2016, the said it will be party to all likeminded political parties in the NE region who stands for the welfare and protection of indigenous people of the region and not to the political party which is “all words and no action”.
Meanwhile the NPF informed that as a follow up to the ‘North East Region’s Political Parties Convention’ on CBA, which was held on January 29 at Guwahati, major political parties of North East region including the Naga People’s Front apprised the Union Home Minister on February 3 on the dissent and furor that the CAB has caused in the region by being passed in the Lok Sabha on January 8.
Keeping in mind the uproar of the indigenous people of the Northeastern in their respective states and the effect of the CAB upon the region, the NPF said the all North East region political parties was convened at Guwahati in which the NPF was well represented by legislators and party workers led by the Leader of NPF Legislature Party TR Zeliang in the meeting.
The delegations, which met the Central leaders on February 3 comprised of several other political party of the Northeast region led by Chief Minister of Meghalaya Conrad Sangma (NPP). Awangbo Newmai, President NPF Manipur Unit who was among the delegation was authorized by the party to represent the party, it said. (Page News Service)