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R-Day boycott �a slap� on Nagaland Govt: NPCC

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DIMAPUR, Jan 27 - Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has called the boycott of Republic Day celebrations across Nagaland �a slap� on the face of both People�s Democratic Alliance (PDA) Government in the State and BJP Government at the Centre.

The NPCC, in a release, on Sunday said the R-Day was boycotted in the State in protest against disregard to the voices of people against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB). It said the entire Northeastern States are in turmoil due to �blatant attitude� of the BJP to push through the Bill which is now pending in the Rajya Sabha.

The Pradesh Congress said the PDA Government in Nagaland has been caught in a self-defeating situation and its feeble explanation defies the very logic of the elected members� ability to protect the interest of the people.

It viewed the PDA Cabinet�s decision on the Bill as �unforgivable� and said any sensible PDA legislator who has any concern left for the people must resign in protest against the decision of the State Cabinet.

The NPCC said the PDA Government has totally lost confidence of the people which was evident from empty grounds during R-Day celebrations.

The Congress also reiterated its stand in totally opposing the �communal Bill� while also asserting that it will not allow the BJP to roughshod over the interest of the people.

Extending solidarity with the Naga Students Federation and Eastern Naga Students Federation and all their federating units for being in the forefront against the Bill, the Nagaland PCC appealed to all right-thinking citizens cutting across political party affiliations to voice out in total unison against the Bill.

The Congress party affirmed its stand that the Bill be scrapped in total since it was �highly polarising and dangerous� for a small State like Nagaland where unabated influx of migrants especially in Dimapur and other foothill areas threatened the demography of the State.

The NPCC also pointed out that the AGP in Assam has parted ways with BJP, ruling National People�s Party in Meghalaya was threatening to �kick out� BJP and Mizo National Front in Mizoram was all out against the Bill while the BJP Government in Manipur had passed a resolution urging for exemption of the State from implementation of the Bill.

�Whereas, the knee jerk reaction of the PDA Government and the deafening silence of BJP party and its legislators is an added insult to the collective conscience of the people,� the Pradesh Congress added.

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R-Day boycott �a slap� on Nagaland Govt: NPCC

DIMAPUR, Jan 27 - Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has called the boycott of Republic Day celebrations across Nagaland �a slap� on the face of both People�s Democratic Alliance (PDA) Government in the State and BJP Government at the Centre.

The NPCC, in a release, on Sunday said the R-Day was boycotted in the State in protest against disregard to the voices of people against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB). It said the entire Northeastern States are in turmoil due to �blatant attitude� of the BJP to push through the Bill which is now pending in the Rajya Sabha.

The Pradesh Congress said the PDA Government in Nagaland has been caught in a self-defeating situation and its feeble explanation defies the very logic of the elected members� ability to protect the interest of the people.

It viewed the PDA Cabinet�s decision on the Bill as �unforgivable� and said any sensible PDA legislator who has any concern left for the people must resign in protest against the decision of the State Cabinet.

The NPCC said the PDA Government has totally lost confidence of the people which was evident from empty grounds during R-Day celebrations.

The Congress also reiterated its stand in totally opposing the �communal Bill� while also asserting that it will not allow the BJP to roughshod over the interest of the people.

Extending solidarity with the Naga Students Federation and Eastern Naga Students Federation and all their federating units for being in the forefront against the Bill, the Nagaland PCC appealed to all right-thinking citizens cutting across political party affiliations to voice out in total unison against the Bill.

The Congress party affirmed its stand that the Bill be scrapped in total since it was �highly polarising and dangerous� for a small State like Nagaland where unabated influx of migrants especially in Dimapur and other foothill areas threatened the demography of the State.

The NPCC also pointed out that the AGP in Assam has parted ways with BJP, ruling National People�s Party in Meghalaya was threatening to �kick out� BJP and Mizo National Front in Mizoram was all out against the Bill while the BJP Government in Manipur had passed a resolution urging for exemption of the State from implementation of the Bill.

�Whereas, the knee jerk reaction of the PDA Government and the deafening silence of BJP party and its legislators is an added insult to the collective conscience of the people,� the Pradesh Congress added.

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