Nagaland BJP reminds central management of ‘promise’ to resolve ‘political’ issue
Nagaland BJP leaders have reminded the party’s national leadership of the “solution” pledge made in the 2018 state assembly elections. During an engagement with the party’s responsible State Unit, Nalin Kohli, and Union Minister, Kiren Rijiju, Nagaland BJP officials suggested that the central leadership remember the slogan “election for a solution”. that the party used in the 2018 state assembly elections.
Nagaland BJP leaders, when speaking to Kohli and Rijiju, reportedly said that if the party fails to deliver on its “promise” it will “face a tough time” in the upcoming parliamentary elections in the state. Nagaland Assembly elections are due to be held in 2023. The Nagaland Congress, meanwhile, has argued that the opposition-led government led by Neiphiu Rio is “not serious” about seeking support. a solution to the vexing political question of the Naga.
Nagaland Congress Leader K Therie claimed that all parties in the state’s UDA administration are working to delay a solution to the Naga political question. “They (the Nagaland administration) all share the goal of delaying a political settlement,” Therie said.
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