State Congress unit Friday urged state parliamentary secretary Dr. K.C. Nihoshe to step down on moral grounds while accusing him of “suppressing and manipulating all the authority concern”.
Asserting that Nihoshe’s son, Heto Yepthomi who was also the main culprit in the NPSC scandal had sparked out once again by carrying rifle, the 35 ACCC, Zunheboto president Khekuto Zhimomi and vice president Kokhuvi Awomi urged the state government to seriously intervene in the matter.
Querying for what purpose was Heto roaming with a gun, the unit president asked whether it was to “attempt the Congress leaders or to threaten the head of the department?”
The unit also went on to ask if the rifle was licensed in his name and whether he possessed retainer license to carry the rifle. The Congress leaders further asked if Heto had the authority to use the vehicle which belonged to his father.
Also, leveling several charges against the parliamentary secretary, the Zunheboto Congress unit urged him not to “misguide and mislead” the people of Nagaland.
Further, asking Dr. Nihoshe step down honorably, the 35 ACCC said it would not be a silent spectator anymore.
It also urged state chief minister to study the “sequence of unwanted incidents” allegedly involved by Dr. Nihoshe and drop him “immediately” from the parliamentary secretary berth “in the interest of the Naga people.”