NNC ‘Parent Body’ suspends Nagi

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 8/1/2018 3:18:22 AM IST

NNC (Parent Body) through its media cell Tuesday said that the Central Executive Council (CEC) including regional authorities at an emergency meeting on July 30, 2018 in Dimapur unanimously resolved to suspend general secretary V Nagi indefinitely for breach of NNC Yehzabo.

Levelling various charges against Nagi, the media cell accused Nagi of “utilizing local media” and “brazenly insulted and dishonored the office of NNC President in particular and NNC as a national political institution of the Nagas”. 

The media cell also accused Nagi of abusing the power and authority bestowed upon him by the “national workers” through the Yehzabo. It said Nagi issued media statements mentioning names and lifting signatures of co-workers many of whom were not informed putting the safety and security of many “national workers” at risk.

According to media cell, when the official letter reporting the “childish and reckless behavior” of Nagi reached the office of the president, a prompt request was made to other Naga leaders pleading for him to continue as co-convener in the Indo-Naga dialogue. Media cell stated that although Nagi departed for New Delhi, he remained hidden from other Naga leaders and did not join the Naga delegation in the dialogue.  Going against the president’s order, media cell said he continued to claim the co-convenership of the WC, NNPGs when Toshi Walling had replaced him in the WC as co-convener endorsed by the CEC meeting on May 6, 2018.

Asserting that WC, NNPGs, and the government of India have understood the core issues and significant steps have been taken without compromising basic historical rights of Nagas, the media cell said V Nagi had however pointed an accusatory finger at all Naga leaders presently in Delhi. “In the process, he has failed to inspire us as a leader. He has fallen short of our expectations,” it said.

Therefore, it said that the president, in consultation with the CEC members, suspended V Nagi, general secretary, indefinitely on July 30, 2018.

Media cell stated that all rank and file of NNC (Parent Body) remained confident that Nagi would “introspect on his personality traits, cultivate a positive outlook, create space for love understanding, acceptance and comradeship in his heart thereby re-establish himself as a leader of men.”

Meanwhile, NNC Parent Body affirmed that Toshi Walling, CEC member would continue to represent the group as co-convener and assist WC, NNPGs in the ongoing political dialogue with the government of India.


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