State

Solution should be inclusive, says NPF Legislature Party

DIMAPUR, JUL 31 (NPN): | Publish Date: 8/1/2018 3:04:44 AM IST

 Appreciating the Parliamentary panel for “demanding” an early solution to Naga political issue, the NPF Legislature Party Tuesday urged the Parliament to discuss the 213th report of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs on the floor of both the Houses of the Parliament at the earliest. The 30-member committee, headed by former union home minister P Chidambaram, had tabled the report in the Rajya Sabha on July 19, 2018.

In a press statement, NPF Legislature Party stated that any solution that was hammered out between the negotiating parties should be inclusive.

NPF Legislature Party also lauded the Parliamentary Standing Committee for acknowledging the uniqueness of Naga History and the eagerness and desire of the Naga people for a permanent early solution.

NRC: NPF Legislature Party has cautioned that a possible fall-out of the declaration of National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam was looming large, adding that there was possibility of “large scale migration of aliens into Nagaland.” It, therefore, asserted that there was an urgent need to take preventive measures. 

Welcoming the stand taken by certain NGOs on the issue, the NPF Legislature Party urged the state government to immediately deploy more administrative and police forces to the border areas to assist the existing ones to tackle the issue. It also asked the government to keep in place an exigency system to prevent influx of illegal immigrants till a sustainable system can be put in place. 

Meanwhile, the NPF Legislature Party has expressed solidarity with the people in the wake of unprecedented natural calamities in the state.

The Legislature Party expressed sorrow over the loss of lives in Aghunato and Phesama and conveyed condolences to all the bereaved families. 

Stating that the government has failed its promise to repair the HQ roads in sixty days, NPF Legislature Party said the government should at least give full effort to mitigate the sufferings of the commuters due to natural calamities and also compensate loss of lives.

 

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