Dimapur, July 25: The Phek District Congress Committee held an extended executive meeting on July 24 at Pfutsero. The meeting was addressed by K Therie, President NPCC.
In his remark, Therie said that the BJP lacked foresighted leaders and there is unanimous resentment against the BJP Government all over the nation and that the BJP had cheated the people with false promises time and again while looting the nation all along and bringing the economy to its knees.
He said that people can’t be fooled forever and that the time for change has arrived. He expressed confidence that the Congress party will be victorious in various State elections to be held next year.
He challenged the members to work hard and indoctrinate the people to practice and treasure the traditional ethical values in politics in line with Christians faith, and asked, “when Hindus can openly propagate, support and vote for the Hindutva ideology of BJP, why Christian can’t propagate or vote for a party base on its ideology if it doesn’t conflict with the Christian teachings”.
Meanwhile he said that Congress party will stand to honour and push for an early solution to the protracted Naga political issue. He said it’s only a matter of, either the Council of Ministers deciding and advising the Governor or, all 60 Legislators resigning and paving the way to implement the agreed points on which talks were concluded, but that it has not happened.
The meeting resolved to endorse the NPCC (PAC) decision and urged the Governor to implement it as soon as possible.
NPCC Vice President and Chairman Nagaland Unit Kissan Cell, V Lasuh also addressed the meeting and said that Congress party has a special affection for Phek District. He expressed his appreciation to the members present for their loyalty and convictions in Congress ideology.
He urged the members to enrol under Kissan Cell to avail various benefits. The meeting was chaired by PDCC President Khosapa Venuh and it was also addressed by Kedoutsolhi Wetsa, NPCC Secretary besides various District party functionaries. (Page News Service)