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Changes in NPSC were approved by previous government – NPF

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Dimapur, March 13 (EMN): The Naga People’s Front (NPF) has clarified that the sweeping changes announced in the Nagaland Public Service Commission by the state government on Monday were those approved by the previous cabinet in December 2017, and not by the present People’s Democratic Alliance government.
A press release from the NPF on Tuesday stated it was ‘imperative to understand the sequence of how these amendments and reforms in the Recruitment Rules of NPSC came about and under whose leadership it was passed’.
After repeated calls for change from the group called Public Service Aspirants of Nagaland (PSAN), it stated, there was a protest at the Secretariat Junction in Kohima after which the then Chief Minister TR Zeliang held two rounds of meeting with the group.
“In that meeting the chief minister had assured that their demands would be met and likewise, in the subsequent cabinet meeting that followed in the month of December 2017, the demands of the PSAN group were approved along with the much demanded Lokayukta Bill 2015,” the NPF statement read.

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