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Diphupar youths to govt: Get it right or get out

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Dimapur, July 16 (EMN): The Diphupar youths have a message for the legislators in the Nagaland government: If the infighting is not resolved, President’s Rule should be imposed at the earliest. That way, ‘responsible leaders who know their responsibilities can be elected,’ the Diphupar Naga Youth Organisation has stated.
The organisation issued a press release on Sunday.
“If the infighting is not resolved at the earliest and the legislators can carry out their responsibilities the assembly should be dissolved and President Rule should be imposed at the earliest so that responsible leaders who know their responsibilities can be elected,” the press release stated.
The Diphupar Naga Youth Organization stated that it was compelled to issue the press release ‘in view of the irresponsible actions of our elected legislative representatives.’
“It is to be mention here that we have lost our two precious lives because of giving deaf ears by the present legislators to the voice of the Nagas on 31st of Dec 2017 and till now the demand of the Nagas are not yet fully done.”
The organisation declared that due to the ‘negligence’ of the government “we have lost four more precious lives as a result of the collapse of bridge at 4th Mile, which was the only lifeline of more than a hundred villages on 11th July 2017 and nothing has been done yet.”
Not only that, the organisation stated, the Nagas are “presently suffering and crying for immediate help for uncountable reason such as the road condition, land side, flood problems all over Nagaland but instead of trying to solve and alleviating the suffering of the people, the power and money hungry leaders fighting among themselves for positions of power for the few months that is left of their tenure has become unbearable and we cannot continue to remain as mute spectators.”

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