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No question of Zeliang quitting right now: NPF

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DIMAPUR, March 5 - Even as preparations for the swearing-in ceremony for NDPP-BJP alliance government in Nagaland are under way in Kohima local ground, the Naga People�s Front (NPF) made it clear that when efforts are on to cobble up the requisite numbers to form the government, the question of Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang resigning at this juncture does not arise.

The NPF central headquarters Kohima on Monday issued a statement dubbing news headlines appearing in both print and electronic media as �erroneous� or �malicious� which portrayed the Chief Minister as �desperately� clinging on to the chair and �refusing to resign�. This has projected him in a very poor light, the NPF lamented. Zeliang is NPF�s chief ministerial candidate.

�Technically, before a new Chief Minister is sworn in, the incumbent Chief Minister can continue as the caretaker,� it stated. The NPF said incorrect and malicious news reporting should be avoided at all cost.

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No question of Zeliang quitting right now: NPF

DIMAPUR, March 5 - Even as preparations for the swearing-in ceremony for NDPP-BJP alliance government in Nagaland are under way in Kohima local ground, the Naga People�s Front (NPF) made it clear that when efforts are on to cobble up the requisite numbers to form the government, the question of Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang resigning at this juncture does not arise.

The NPF central headquarters Kohima on Monday issued a statement dubbing news headlines appearing in both print and electronic media as �erroneous� or �malicious� which portrayed the Chief Minister as �desperately� clinging on to the chair and �refusing to resign�. This has projected him in a very poor light, the NPF lamented. Zeliang is NPF�s chief ministerial candidate.

�Technically, before a new Chief Minister is sworn in, the incumbent Chief Minister can continue as the caretaker,� it stated. The NPF said incorrect and malicious news reporting should be avoided at all cost.