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NPF flays Nagaland Governor�s role

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DIMAPUR, July 19 - The Naga People�s Front (NPF) led by former Nagaland Chief Minister Dr Shurhozelie Liezietsu has vehemently condemned what it called the �partisan role� played by Nagaland Governor PB Acharya in installing a Government through backdoor without following the due process of Parliamentary norms.

The party also said the Governor should not gloat over his act of dismissing the NPF-led DAN Government and installing and expelled the Legislator because this has shown the vindictiveness he harbours.

The NPF wondered that the day after the NPF severed ties with the BJP; the Governor dismissed the NPF-led Government. The party stated that the alleged presence of RSS functionaries in large number in Nagaland in the last few days should also open the eyes of the Naga people as to what exactly is the motive behind the present political drama.

The NPF maintained that to revisit electoral history in the State, the BJP won 7 seats in 2003, but later they merged with the NPF, while in 2008, 2 BJP candidates returned to the Assembly only to merge again with the NPF. In 2013, only one BJP returned to the House, it added.

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NPF flays Nagaland Governor�s role

DIMAPUR, July 19 - The Naga People�s Front (NPF) led by former Nagaland Chief Minister Dr Shurhozelie Liezietsu has vehemently condemned what it called the �partisan role� played by Nagaland Governor PB Acharya in installing a Government through backdoor without following the due process of Parliamentary norms.

The party also said the Governor should not gloat over his act of dismissing the NPF-led DAN Government and installing and expelled the Legislator because this has shown the vindictiveness he harbours.

The NPF wondered that the day after the NPF severed ties with the BJP; the Governor dismissed the NPF-led Government. The party stated that the alleged presence of RSS functionaries in large number in Nagaland in the last few days should also open the eyes of the Naga people as to what exactly is the motive behind the present political drama.

The NPF maintained that to revisit electoral history in the State, the BJP won 7 seats in 2003, but later they merged with the NPF, while in 2008, 2 BJP candidates returned to the Assembly only to merge again with the NPF. In 2013, only one BJP returned to the House, it added.