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NPF rebuttal to Congress
Published on 6 Apr. 2010 12:30 AM IST
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Dismissing the Congress allegations as the “same contents of lies and false allegations” against the DAN government and its leadership, the NPF said it found difficult to understand the mentality of the Congress for making statement immediately after the conclusion of the assembly session.
Terming the allegations as full of repetitions, the NPF press and media bureau said that all the subject matters raised by the Congress had been appropriately replied and explained by the government in the assembly session and after all the opposition members were given sufficient time to participate during the discussions in the house.
The NPF claimed that despite the Congress repeating the same matters time and again, the members of the treasury bench tackled all the subjects with clear and factual replies.
“The opposition was once again caught napping as it had only succeeded in repeating its false allegation without any justifications whatsoever,” the NPF said.
The NPF pointed out that the chief minister had elaborately explained the political approach of the DAN coalition, but on this issue too, the Congress party seemed to have either misunderstood or was once again deliberately trying to mislead the people with its gimmicks.
It said the chief minister was clear in his statements which have been made inside and outside the House.
The NPF media bureau said there was no question of the chief minister being anti-constitutional or anti-national. It said the Congress’ baseless allegations against him of trying to divide Nagas on party line, held no semblance of any truth as the Naga political talks were underway at the highest level.
Alleging that the state Congress party did not understand the trend of politics at the state and national level, the NPF said the opposition’s statements were nothing but “pure gimmick and a reflection of their frustration on being rejected by the people.” The NPF media bureau reiterated that only a regional party like the NPF could speak and voice the feelings and aspirations of the Naga people.

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