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NPF Youth Wing says NPCC frustrated

The NPF Youth Wing terms the allegations of the NPCC as an outburst of their anger and frustrations for sitting in the opposition consecutively for the past two tenures. On many occasion they have been trying to launch misinformation camping in order to woo the public to their side but, unfortunately people continue to reject their misleading propaganda, this time too even if the leveled all sort of wild allegations to the present DAN government, it will not yield any result because Naga people are well informed of what this Government is doing for the welfare of the general public. Ever since the formation of the NPF led DAN government, the NPCC have been contributing only negative criticism instead of making positive suggestions which is unbecoming of a matured political party such as Congress. Unlike the Congress regime,  the present government being a peoples government lesson and accommodates the wishes of every sections of the people inhibiting in the state of Nagaland, hence the government though has a lot of power its disposal do not simply confront with any individual or organizations but prefers to settle all issue in an amicable manner. As a matter of fact, the government of India should not act based upon on the submissions of the congress party in Nagaland.
The NPF Youth Wing also informed the general public not to sway away by cheap propaganda spread by the Congress as they are frustrated and habituated to point their finger and accused the others without any valid reason.
The Youth wing also advice the NPCC not to spend your Christmas in Delhi this time by shading your crocodile tears to your High command to bring Christmas gift as Naga people no longer accepted you Christmas gift in the formed of “President Rule”.

(Achamo kikon)
Press Secretary
NPF Youth Wing.

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