TUENSANG:Nagaland electioneering heat and dust gathers momentum with NPF and NDPP engaged in a bitter blame game. NDPP has called NPF a gang of betrayers while the ruling party has asked the people not to repose faith on the newly floated party.
NPF leader and Chief Minister TR Zeliang slammed Neiphu Rio and NDPP alleging lack of agenda to serve the restive state. Addressing a few poll rallies in Mon, Longwa and Aboi under Mon district on Tuesday, Zeliang said, “Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) as a Party engaged in 'politics without agenda.”
He said, 'the Manifesto of NDPP is TR Zeliang as Rio has been talking only about me and nothing more during his entire Campaign across the State.”Zeliang narrated how a false Certificate was enclosed with Rio's nomination papers during the Lok Sabha election in 2014 which later came up in North Police Station, Kohima for investigation.
Rio had then blamed his Personal Secretary for obtaining a fake Certificate while the Principal and Vice Principal of Kohima College were made to apologize publicly, he recalled. On corruption during Rio's tenure as Chief Minister, Zeliang elucidated that it was Rio who had 'landed the State in a deficit of Rs. 1234 Crores after which he left for Delhi.'
The agitation over the inner line permit system keeps Manipur on the boil. Four Kuki boys sustained injuries when a group of people sprang upon them in Moreh on Tuesday morning forcing the authorities to clamp indefinite curfew in the border town. The injured boys have been hospitalised.
Local residents in large number came out to hit the streets in the morning demanding inner line permit system. Suddenly, a group clash took place where the Kuki boys were believed to have been attacked by a group of Meitei people where they sustained grave injury.
Talking to Assam Times, Moreh superintendent of police Kailun Lupheng said the situation is being firmly dealt with. He said police and para military forces including Assam Rifles jawans have arrived in the restive district to contain the situation. Efforts are on to ease the situation which went out of control in the morning.
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday said that the Maoists have close links with all insurgent groups operating in the northeast including the ULFA. Talking to reporters in Delhi, Gogoi said that his government has enough evidence that both the groups have close links. He said, "be it ULFA, be it NSCN-IM or be it PLA, every one has close links with Maoists."
His statement assumes significance a few days after Union home minister had said that he has no evidence to prove CPI-Maoists' links with the Paresh Baruah-led ULFA faction.
A young girl was raped by three persons at Banglajhora area under Patgaon police outpost late last evening in Kokrajhar district.An FIR was lodged with police in this regard. One of three culprit was arrested.
Three persons raped, a 12-years-old minor girl forcefully yesterday evening.The incident took place at Bangaljhora village near Jharbari by 7 pm on Saturday. The girl was a student of class IX at Patgaon ME school.
Police arrested, one of three culprits was arrested. He was identified as Sukur Ali. The culprits were camping at Banglajhora for a construction work in the area.
More operation is on to nab two other involved culprits, said a senior police officer.
According to victim girl,she was picked up a person first when she was at her nearby home in the evening and later another two friends reached the spot and raped her repeatedly till night.
An FIR was lodged with police today and demanded early nab of culprits. Father of the girl said that his daughter was forcedfully picked up and raped repeatedly in the late last evening.
Villagers and AKRSU demanded stern action against incident and punished the culprits who were involved raped incident.