Nagaland BJP reminds central management of ‘promise’ of solution
Nagaland BJP leaders have reminded the party’s central leadership of the “solution” promise it made during the 2018 assembly elections in the state.
Nagaland BJP leaders during an interaction with the state unit in charge of the party, Nalin Kohli, and the Union Minister, Kiren Rijiju, said that the central leadership should not forget the slogan “election for a Solution” that she launched during the 2018 Assembly elections in the state.
Nagaland BJP leaders, while addressing Kohli and Rijiju, reportedly said that if the party fails to fulfill its “promise”, it will “go through a rough patch” in the upcoming parliamentary elections in the state.
Nagaland is expected to go to the polls for the assembly elections in 2023.
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On the other hand, the Nagaland Congress has argued that the opposition led by Neiphiu Rio minus the government is “not serious” about bringing a solution to the controversial Naga political issue.
Nagaland Congress Speaker K Therie has alleged that all UDA government parties in the state are trying to delay the search for a solution to the Naga political problem.
“…they (the Nagaland government) have a common goal of delaying the political solution,” Therie said.