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Nagaland will be devoid of opposition, NPF preparing to join ruling alliance

Nagaland Once again the opposition may be devoid. This will be the second time since 2015 that the opposition will not survive in Nagaland and may be part of the government. Actually, the main opposition party of Nagaland Naga People’s Front has nephiu rio Under the leadership of the People’s Democratic Alliance. Let us tell you that the NPF has 25 members in the Nagaland Legislative Assembly. An NPF leader said that we are thinking of forming a non-opposition government soon to take forward the Naga political issue. However, he denied the question of merger of parties and said that right now only we are joining the alliance.

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The Nagaland Legislative Assembly consists of 60 members. But at present there are 59 members since the death of one member. The NPF is believed to be part of the Neiphiu Rio-led People’s Democratic Alliance soon. An official letter has also been handed over to the Chief Minister for this. It said that the NPF wants to be part of an alliance aimed at speeding up the peace process. However, the ruling coalition led by NDPP currently wants to take a thoughtful decision on this issue. At present, BJP’s Nagaland in-charge Nalin Kohli is also going to reach there. If sources are to be believed, there was an important meeting between Home Minister Amit Shah and the Chief Minister as well as Opposition Leader Zeliang on the Naga peace issue last month. Since then the discussion on this strategy started. Let us tell you that PDA has 34 members, out of which 20 MLAs are from NDPP while 12 MLAs are from BJP and two are independent MLAs.

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Congress’s Nagaland unit has requested all 60 MLAs of the state assembly to resign to pave the way for a political solution to the long-running Naga insurgency. The Political Affairs Committee (PAC) of the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) in its meeting held on July 16 at Congress Bhawan decided to issue an appeal in this regard. After this, this appeal was made through a release issued here on Sunday. After much discussion and deliberation on the prevailing political situation in the state and disturbances along the Assam-Nagaland border, the PAC unanimously passed a three-point resolution, the release said.


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