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NPF Arunachal hits back
Published on 16 Apr. 2011 12:18 AM IST
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In a feedback to negative campaign by some apex bodies of state the against the declaration of NPF party introduction in the state from party central office, Kohima, the adhoc office bearers of NPF, Chalang district, Arunachal Pradesh has expressed resentment on the organization who are going against the spirit of democracy.
The committee in a statement issued by T Mosang stated that the people of the state should exercise its democratic weapon adding the Constitution of India ensures every individual a provision of political right, according to which any individual can get affiliated to any political party as per his/her wish, provided, the party work for development peace and win the confidence of people of the state, beside the party being recognized by Chief Election Commission of India.
The committee also said as per the political party norms once it is recognized by CEC, it can promote, campaign and disseminate its party ideology in any corner of the country.
The committee asserted that AAPSU general secretary, Takam Tatung statement on people of Tirap and Changlang on its identity, terming NPF as a communal party, doubting Tirap and Changlang people’s integrity was very unfortunate and hurting. The committee stated that the statement had sent waves of anger throughout the nook and corner of these two districts and shocked the whole population. Further, the office bearers of the district also appealed all the apex bodies to refrain from such negative statement and confusing the citizens of state.
They warned leaders of apex body organizations not to mingle up the political party with militants group, because NPF was purely political party recognized by CEC, Delhi and will strive for peace, harmony and development of the state and to let the people decide for themselves.
The adhoc committee appealed every individual to support peace, harmony, prosperity and development for better tomorrow.

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