NPF 30 Alongtaki A/C has issued a rejoinder against the press statement published in local dailies on May 19 and 20 under the headline “NPF Alongdaki slams memo against PS” and “Alongdaki A/C reiterates to support Saku”. NPF 30 Alongtaki A/C clarified that the proposed NPF general meeting on May 17 was convened by NPF 30 Alongtaki A/C president and general secretary as desired by all incumbent executive members.
According to NPF 30 Alongtaki A/C, the party received an “office order” on May 16 signed by secretary general of NPF K.G. Kenye stating “in view of the serious turn of events in 30-Alongdaki A/C involving the sitting Member Er. Saku, Parliamentary Secretary and area unit on the other hand, since the matter has been taken over by the central office, the president has directed all confronting parties to henceforth refrain from issuing any press statements or summon any meetings at any level indefinitely until such time the Central Office deems it necessary under its order and supervision.
Therefore all individuals and groups are hereby directed to strictly comply by this order and postpone the 17th May meeting at Longchem indefinitely which otherwise will attract Party Disciplinary Action as a violation and breach of the Party Constitution.”
Having no option other than to comply with the order received from NPF’s highest decision making body, the NPF 30 Alongtaki A/C said it was constrained to postpone the propose meeting which was conveyed to all party functionaries including the village units and further published in local dailies on May 17.
NPF 30 Alongtaki A/C also alleged that Er. Saku started inviting people to attend the meeting and offered them “handsome money” in return. Consequently, the NPF 30 Alongtaki A/C said the decision which was made during the “so-called NPF meeting on May 17” has been declared “null and void”, and thus called for a disciplinary action from party leadership.