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NPF responds to NPCC’s allegations
Published on 12 May. 2011 1:09 AM IST
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Reacting to the NPCC charges that the ruling NPF misused government authority, police and used gangs for booth capturing to fight the May 7 by election to the 26 Aonglenden Assembly Constituency, the NPF press bureau today dismissed them as “exaggerated and unsubstantiated tirades”
Claiming that the DAN government had left no stone unturned to maintain law and order for a peaceful, transparent and fair conduct, the NPF press bureau said state police CRPF had “jointly operated with full cooperation and confidence amongst them”.
It denied the NPCC charge that presiding officers were biased by maintaining that they performed their duties within the bounds of the rules of the Election Commission.
The NPF said no untoward incidents took place and electioneering completed “with people’s satisfaction” mainly due to the “sincere and austere performance of duty” by government servants.
It termed the NPCC charges as coming out of “their sheer frustration” contrary to the “best possible services rendered by all the officials”.
On the NPCC charges that IRB had targeted Congress workers and supporters besides raising questions on whether they were genuine personnel or imposters, NPF said it was “unfortunate” that the NPCC blamed the state’s own soldiers-IRB-who performed their duties round the clock “with discipline and efficiency” besides having a tract record of outstanding performance at the national and state levels.
The NPF said that the NPCC charges against the IRB at deployed at Mokokchung was unfounded and baseless and only exposed its inner agenda “to achieve their hidden targets”.
Further it said the NPCC was tooth and nail against the “impartial performance of the state’s own soldiers (IRB)” and therefore by branding them as untrustworthy was a matter of concern for the state government’s own uniformed personnel.
The NPF bureau claimed that no anti-social activist could penetrate or create any havoc in order to “pave way for the NPCC interest of forcing their skills in booth capturing” due to “careful, impartial and strict vigil” of state government machineries and central troops.
The NPF press bureau extended its appreciation in acknowledging all concerned for “their cooperation and positive contributions” in thwarting any attempt to create situations during the May 7 by poll.

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