NPCC reiterates its decision to resolve political problem through peaceful means if given the opportunity
By Imna Longchar, TFM Nagaland Correspondent
Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) on Thursday accused the Neiphiu Rio government of failure to control price hike that has affected every citizen. The NPCC said that the current government has no plan to control price hike, extortion and corruption and alleged that there were numerous unverifiable projects without work done, while the state’s deficit has grown to Rs 2600 crores.
The Congress has also reiterated that it would resolve the political problem through peaceful means without compromising law and order if given the opportunity.
During its General Session held on Thursday in Kohima, NPCC President K Therie reminded that another opportunity is coming in 2023 for the people to decide the state’s future government “wisely”.
Highlighting the social, economic and political issues of the state, he said the delay in implementing political solution was taking a toll on the economy and society.
During the meeting, NPCC members decided to demand the Election Commission of India to return to “Ballot Paper system” in Nagaland state elections.