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PAC doesn’t represent all Nagas: KV Pusa
DIMAPUR, DEC 3 (NPN):
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Published on 4 Dec. 2008 2:35 AM IST
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NPCC president KV Pusa said that the current Political Affairs Committee (PAC) of the ruling DAN government could not represent all the Naga people as it was restricted to certain political parties. He said any PAC working for unity or reconciliation or any matter relating to the Naga issue should have broad consensus of all political parties. “If we are going to have such Political Affairs Committee to work for the oneness and unity among the various sections of the Naga society, it should have broad consensus of all political parties,” he told NEPS here at his Office Chamber, Congress Bhavan Wednesday. Asked whether the ruling DAN approached him to discuss anything about their PAC, Pusa said no such approach came from them or the chief minister or any concerned society ever since he took over the reign of the PCC. “If such arrangement is laid down before as, the Congress will definitely study the proposal,” he said. Reminding that the Naga issue belonged to all the Naga people and not to any party alone, the NPCC chief said that the Congress party would continue to work for peace and prosperity in the state and to see that a political solution acceptable to all sections of the Naga people was found at the earliest. “Our endeavor is everybody lives in a peaceful atmosphere so that they can take up any activities such as economic activity, academic activity, etc.,” he asserted. Pusa however said that the government of the day should ensure that money meant for the Naga people was percolated down to them. He dismissed the charges that the Government of India had stopped fund flowing in the state and alleged that such funds coming from the Center was mismanaged. He said the DAN government should emphasize on charting out policies and programs for carrying out developmental works instead of piecemeal work.

 
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