Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Absence of Oppn responsible for corruption: NCP


Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Nagaland state unit has blamed the absence of a strong opposition in the state for ceding space for rampant corruption at all levels.
This was stated by State NCP unit president Vanthungo Odyuo, while speaking at the state party executive meeting held in Kohima on Tuesday.
Odyuo said that Nagaland was under “undeclared financial emergency” because there was “no strong opposition to bring them to accountability”. He said Nagas were “all confused in party politics with no clear vision” and that “we are all a part of this confusion, as we are all a part of the society.”
Odyuo admitted that every individual shared equal responsibility for not being able to stand up to the occasion in challenging those at the helm of state’s affairs and governance. He urged upon party workers to believe in the NCP national and state leaders, who were “very keen to play a major role in Nagaland political arena.”
Odyuo said NCP was not weak and that no other ideologies should not be allowed to swallow the integrity and principles of NCP.
He further urged the party workers to take inspiration from the recent developments in the rapidly changing political landscape in India. He asked party members to remain united and protect the identify from the forces that were “trying to destroy everything we have preserved since time immemorial.”

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