PAC clarifies on Nov 10 meet

DIMAPUR, NOV 14 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/14/2019 11:40:11 AM IST

Public Action Committee (PAC) through its media cell has clarified that the committee had no knowledge of the November 10 meeting with the Working Committee of the NNPGs and that it was not party to it.

PAC further clarified that the co-convenor of PAC, who is also the vice president of Naga Council Dimapur (NCD) attended on behalf of NCD and not PAC. Therefore, PAC said it disowned the signature appended on behalf of PAC as the meeting was attended only by NCD and councillors.

CAKU lauds PAC for curbing illegal taxation
Chakhro Angami Kuda Union (CAKU) has credited PAC under the banner of NCD for bringing down illegal taxation, stating general public were witness to this.
Referring to the October 13, 2013 resolution of “One Government One Tax”, CAKU in a statement by its president Zelhou Ziekhrü and general secretary Thejangulie Angami further reaffirmed to continue to stand by the resolution.
Pointing out that PAC was a conglomeration of all Naga tribal bodies, including all mass-based organisation of Dimapur, CAKU said whatever movement the committee had initiated till date was in the interest of general public, adding the public was fully aware of taxes levied upon them as they were directly or indirectly victims. 
The union thus assured all possible support to PAC and hoped that this movement would bring positive change in the society.
Expressing dismay over the misconception of Working Committee of Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) and its targeting of PAC leaders and their families, the union strongly condemned such acts. 
“Intimidation and threat in the name of national movement will not solve the problem as because every Naga family, whether at present or past, has contributed for the national cause in one way or other,” the statement emphasised. 
Further, CAKU warned that if any party or group issued threat, intimidation or and if any untoward incident happened to any of PAC member or his family, that particular party or group would be held solely responsible and viewed seriously.
Apprising the State government, particularly the custodians of law, about all illegal activities happening, especially in Nagaland’s commercial hub Dimapur, the union asked them to be more vigilant and act promptly against all anti-social elements without any bias or favouritism.
CAKU further prayed that good sense would prevail among the Nagas so as not to jeopardise the peace accord that was expected soon.


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