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RPUC backs NTUCT; calls for filing case in Lokayukta

DIMAPUR, FEB 20 (NPN) | Publish Date: 2/20/2020 12:24:11 PM IST

Rengma Public Union Chümoukedima (RPUC) has extended its support to the Naga Tribal Union Chümoukedima Town (NTUCT) over its stand on alleged illegal appointments in police department and urged it to immediately file a case in Lokayukta on behalf of the general public. 

Rengma Public Union Chümoukedim president Hillo Kent in a statement  also termed chief minister Neiphiu Rio’s assurance in Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) on February 14 to constitute a panel to review the appointment system in the government and give recommendations on making fair recruitments as an eyewash. 
Responding to deputy chief minister Y Patton assertion during the Assembly session, on the same day, that the appointments were made by director general of police, commandants and superintendents of police after fulfilling the criteria laid down by the department, the Rengma body countered that out of the 1,200 candidates scheduled to undergo training, only 208 candidates were selected through interview and asked how the remaining 1,092 candidates were included in the list to undergo training. 
RPUC said top brass of the police were still silent about involvement role in the illegal appointments even after the deputy chief minister had clearly stated their involvement. 
The union also demanded that the evil practice should be stopped to give opportunity to “our Naga brothers and sisters”, the over 70,000 educated unemployed youth.
 

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