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NPF dismisses Azo’s resignation demand
Published on 12 Jun. 2010 12:34 AM IST
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Dismissing NPCC’s demand for the resignation of state minister for health and family welfare Kuzholuzo (Azo) Nienu, the Naga People’s Front (NPF) Friday said the allegations leveled by NPCC did not hold water and neither merited the minister’s resignation. NPF press bureau vice president T.L. Merry, said that the “very interactive session” of LFA with media fraternity, under the aegis of minister for health and family welfare, was itself a “silver lining” towards creating a unified strategy target at promoting effective performance in carrying forward and disseminating the AIDS related programmes. Further Merry asserted that “the very exercise is self explanatory; deserving appreciation and follow up action by all concerned.” He further pointed out that the press conference at Kohima between the minister for H&FW, LFA members and Press fraternity on June 5 only voiced out “loud and clear” the efforts of LFA, the minister in-charge and the department towards effecting transparent utilization of funds and proper management in the field of HIV and AIDS in Nagaland. Merry said it was unfortunate, that the minister’s response to queries by the media persons had resulted in statements being quoted “out of context.” The vice president NPF press bureau however maintained that “the same has been adequately clarified, as the Minister was misquoted from what he intended.”

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