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NPF slams NPCC’s comment on May 27 incident
DIMAPUR, MAY 31 (NPN):
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Published on 1 Jun. 2011 12:23 AM IST
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Drawing attention to the NPCC’s statement over the May 27 assassination bid on Imtila Jamir, wherein the Congress attacked the state home minister, NPF through its press bureau, central office Kohima, said it observed that the NPCC has “upped the ante” only to extract political mileage “over the life of an injured Naga sister.”
Stating that NPCC instead of “healing the victim” and cooperating with the government, added more salt to the wound in attacking the home minister, refracting a “ strange phenomenon” that besieged the Congress.
Saying no responsible political party should “gamble over such incident”, NPF termed the assassination bid as a heinous crime which was condemnable by one and maintaining that its “eyes are wide open to bring the culprit to book”
NPF said it was disappointing to note that the NPCC continued to “flirt” over an incident and crossing all democratic norms and probity.
Saying it had no intention to silence critics but was amused by the “constant and unfounded scanning of the home minister” by the NPCC which it said appear to “be suffering from Imchen’s phobia”.
NPF asserted that the government cannot be taken to task for “such an isolated incident”and subtract concerted efforts of various law enforcement agencies.
NPF said no political line should be drawn over the unfortunate incident so as to “maintain decency and uphold the value and dignity of human life.”
Further, NPF concluded that the utterances of the Congress was but a “design to cover up their internal party wrangling” and termed the NPCC statement on the May 27 incident as an “ulterior motive to sully the image of the DAN govt. and dissect the ambit of the home minister.”
NPF also said NPCC’s “mudslinging” was a reflection of the latter’s “diminishing run” after its recent defeat at the Aonglenden by election.
Hitting back, NPF said it was neither within its purview of responsibility to bury the NPCC’s past mistakes as people in the state “know that the NPCC is doomed to self destruction” without any pressure from its political opponent.

 
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