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4 NPF MLAs urge Rio to salvage Nagaland situation

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DIMAPUR, Feb 12 - Four NPF legislators have appealed to former Chief Minister and sitting Lok Sabha MP Neiphiu Rio to return to the State and reunite the party, salvage the ongoing situation and further strengthen their relationship with NDA Government in Delhi for the greater interest of peace and development in Nagaland.

Stating this in a letter to NPF president Dr Sh�rhozelie Liezietsu, the four MLAs said they made the appeal to Rio since the situation in Nagaland has gone out of control while describing him as the tallest and most acceptable leader of the Nagas.

They further reminded the president that the need of the hour was for the government to listen to the voice of the people and to respond in a positive manner so that peace, order and administration could be restored as early as possible.

The four NPF legislators also urged the NPF president to revoke the suspension of Rio and former Minister and sitting MLA Imkong L Imchen from the party. The two had been suspended for alleged anti-party activities by the NPF president on the recommendation of the NPF Disciplinary Action Committee (DAC) early last year.

�This will pave the way for party unity and reconciliation at the most crucial time,� they stated.

The four legislators - Noke Wangnao, CM Chang, Namri Nchang and Er. Kropol Vitsu - pointed out that the situation in Nagaland had turned into a serious crisis with mass-based civil societies and tribal organisations totally opposed to the leadership of the DAN Government as a result of the urban local body elections.

Terming it as an unprecedented situation that was never before witnessed, the MLAs said the State Government machinery had been totally shutdown and the arms of the government not been functioning for the past nine days.

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4 NPF MLAs urge Rio to salvage Nagaland situation

DIMAPUR, Feb 12 - Four NPF legislators have appealed to former Chief Minister and sitting Lok Sabha MP Neiphiu Rio to return to the State and reunite the party, salvage the ongoing situation and further strengthen their relationship with NDA Government in Delhi for the greater interest of peace and development in Nagaland.

Stating this in a letter to NPF president Dr Sh�rhozelie Liezietsu, the four MLAs said they made the appeal to Rio since the situation in Nagaland has gone out of control while describing him as the tallest and most acceptable leader of the Nagas.

They further reminded the president that the need of the hour was for the government to listen to the voice of the people and to respond in a positive manner so that peace, order and administration could be restored as early as possible.

The four NPF legislators also urged the NPF president to revoke the suspension of Rio and former Minister and sitting MLA Imkong L Imchen from the party. The two had been suspended for alleged anti-party activities by the NPF president on the recommendation of the NPF Disciplinary Action Committee (DAC) early last year.

�This will pave the way for party unity and reconciliation at the most crucial time,� they stated.

The four legislators - Noke Wangnao, CM Chang, Namri Nchang and Er. Kropol Vitsu - pointed out that the situation in Nagaland had turned into a serious crisis with mass-based civil societies and tribal organisations totally opposed to the leadership of the DAN Government as a result of the urban local body elections.

Terming it as an unprecedented situation that was never before witnessed, the MLAs said the State Government machinery had been totally shutdown and the arms of the government not been functioning for the past nine days.

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