GB Chief advise on transfer of CEO DMC
Dimapur, June 16 (MExN): The GBs Federation of Nagaland has advised all its units and other organizations “not to be carried away” but exercise restraint over the issue of the recent controversy surrounding the appointment/transfer of the Chief Executive Officer of Dimapur Municipal Council.
The president of the GBs’ Federation L Shalem Konyak issued a pres release today appealing to all to stay away from “such issues.” Konyak observed the recent controversy surrounding the transfer of the CEO of Dimapur Municipal Council which was followed by show of support by certain organizations and subsequently the CEO’s reported availing a stay order from the high court against the transfer.
‘Any aggrieved party has liberty to seek justification from the court on any issue and the court may deliver its judgment as per the provision of law,’ the Konya said. However, he reminded, the current issue is not something that should be debated on or politicized. Any individual can express his opinion but personalizing the issue or politicizing it by any organization in any form is unhealthy, the GB chief said.
“Therefore, be it in the present issue in Dimapur or anywhere within Nagaland, I as the President of the Nagaland GBs Federation would like to appeal to all the organizations including GBs’ associations not to be carried away by any pressure but rather to be restrained themselves from such issues,” Konyak advised.
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