Ex-student leader reacts to BJP charges

DIMAPUR, FEB 4 (NPN) | Publish Date: 2/4/2020 12:31:46 PM IST

Reacting to the allegations by the state BJP that he was waging a “communal politics and hate campaign against BJP and its leaders, ” former president of Highway Area Sumi Students’ Union, Vicca S. Aye, asked BJP to give the “correct translation” of deputy chief minister Y Patton’s speech delivered during the general conference of Lotha Students Union at Merapani on January 27-28. 

Aye said that he had raised the issue as a concerned Naga and not as a political leader or with any malicious intentions. “I have not criticised the BJP or its policy but asked about the speech content dragging an institute like NPSC into controversy,” said Aye.
In a letter to Governor on behalf of the civil service aspirants, Aye claimed that they had verified the audio of the speech in which Patton had allegedly asked aspirants to approach him after clearing the written examinations for the NPSC.
According to Aye the memorandum stated that “Patton said he will be able to manage the interview and help the aspirants get through.” Aye said had requested Governor to issue a statement of condemnation and penalise Patton for the speech.
Aye also rubbished the allegation made by BJP that he was “gainfully employed in a government sector as graduate teacher.” In this regard, Aye has asked the BJP to furnish the appointment letter and also the place of posting. 
While accusing BJP of “assassinating” his character, Aye asked the BJP to tender apology through media within three days failing which he would be compelled to send legal notice for the malicious and unjustified harming of his reputation.

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