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NPF facing crisis: 19 office bearers suspended

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DIMAPUR, May 10 - All seems to be not well within the Opposition Naga People�s Front (NPF). While the office bearers of all frontal organisations of six Assembly constituencies and representatives of central and division offices announced their resignation en masse from the party on Thursday, party president Sh�rhozelie Liezietsu suspended 19 Mon division office bearers from both primary and active membership of the party with immediate effect and until further order on the day, plunging the party into a sort of crisis.

The resignation of the office bearers of six Assembly units came a day after seven central office bearers resigned from the party on Wednesday. Seven Assembly unit presidents of the NPF had resigned on May 3 to join the ruling Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) after the NPF suspended seven of its MLAs last month.

In a letter to the NPF president, the office bearers of six Assembly constituencies said the party leaders of all frontal organisations of area, town, ward, village units and representatives of central and division offices held an emergency meeting following the suspension and filing of disqualification petition against seven party MLAs.

The meeting discussed the present imbroglio within NPF and the facts and pieces of evidence of alleged anti-party activities by the MLAs.

The meeting viewed that the party high command without proper consultation at the grassroots levels and before declaration of the Lok Sabha election results had taken a �harsh decision�.

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NPF facing crisis: 19 office bearers suspended

DIMAPUR, May 10 - All seems to be not well within the Opposition Naga People�s Front (NPF). While the office bearers of all frontal organisations of six Assembly constituencies and representatives of central and division offices announced their resignation en masse from the party on Thursday, party president Sh�rhozelie Liezietsu suspended 19 Mon division office bearers from both primary and active membership of the party with immediate effect and until further order on the day, plunging the party into a sort of crisis.

The resignation of the office bearers of six Assembly units came a day after seven central office bearers resigned from the party on Wednesday. Seven Assembly unit presidents of the NPF had resigned on May 3 to join the ruling Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) after the NPF suspended seven of its MLAs last month.

In a letter to the NPF president, the office bearers of six Assembly constituencies said the party leaders of all frontal organisations of area, town, ward, village units and representatives of central and division offices held an emergency meeting following the suspension and filing of disqualification petition against seven party MLAs.

The meeting discussed the present imbroglio within NPF and the facts and pieces of evidence of alleged anti-party activities by the MLAs.

The meeting viewed that the party high command without proper consultation at the grassroots levels and before declaration of the Lok Sabha election results had taken a �harsh decision�.