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NPCC attacks DAN govt. on law & order
DIMAPUR, JUN 9 (NPN):
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Published on 10 Jun. 2011 12:37 AM IST
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Renewing its attack on the DAN government over handling of the law and order situation in the state, Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) Thursday alleged there was no sign of existence of the popular government, no semblance of public peace, and that public peace was not just an outward manifestation of public disturbances.
It said no citizen could guarantee what would happen next as extortion, rape, attempted rape and assassination, threat and intimidation, theft/robbery, kidnapping for ransom, killing, etc. taking place on daily basis and disturbing public order.
Asserting public today live in fear NPCC claimed “there’s serious public disorder that is more hidden than visible.”
Pointing to collection of illegal tax by myriad of organizations at various check posts NPCC said these were day-light robberies and extortions but that what was most shocking was government agencies involved in those illegal activities.
It alleged that government of the day has “totally lost control of its own machineries.”
NPCC targeted home minister for alleged neglect of duty in keeping track of happenings in his own kitchen as he has been “too busy” having embroiled in one controversy or other due to his “foot in the mouth syndrome”.
NPCC said it was time that the government relook at the policy of the right of organizations to impose illegal tax from public as the only means of survival of those organizations.
NPCC asked what the government was doing on this issue and whether it was going to punish such organizations or agencies and whether it would recover all the money for the state exchequer? NPCC said the public has a right to question the government on transparency and accountability on the fate of such illegal money.
NPCC said it has become an established system in all departments where public servants and employees had to pay 20-25% tax besides collections by administrative and law enforcement agencies.
It said the DAN government did not feel this pinch so it can either feign ignorance or say that such cases were unreported.
NPCC also pointed that the DAN government has failed to deliver justice in arresting those responsible for the May assassination attempt on a lady in Kohima despite knowing their identities and their whereabouts.

 
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