Nagaland is a failed state under DAN government, says NPCC
- NPCC has organized a public rally outside the Congress Bhawan on Thursday
- In the rally, the organizers slammed CM TR Zeliang-led DAN govt
- Nagaland is a failed state under DAN govt ruling for 15 long years
The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee(NPCC) has recently conducted a public rally outside the Congress Bhawan on December 14. During this rally, the leaders and the workers of the party gathered on a huge level where they slammed the ruling government.
Kohima District Congress Committee (KDCC) organized the rally
Nagaland is on the verge of Assembly Elections along with two more states of Northeast India. The political parties of the state have started making efforts for the upcoming polls and also to counter the rival party.
In the series, the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee(NPCC) has recently organized a public rally in the state where all the Congressmen of the state gathered.
In the rally, the organizers and the apex leaders of the party slammed the failed attempts of DAN government to bring development in the state as the party is ruling for past 15 years and has failed to meet the needs of the public.
The rally was organized by the Kohima District Congress Committee (KDCC) and hundreds of Congress workers attended the public rally.
Speaking at the rally, NPCC working president and Kohima district in-charge, P. Ayanba Aonok slammed the NPF-led DAN government for many failed attempts made by the government.
Hitting out hard on CM TR Zeliang led DAN government Aonok regretted that Nagaland is a failed state under DAN govt.
“Leave aside talking about the lack of development, we are a failed state with no salaries, no scholarships, no medicines; a land where contractors are without payments and numerous backdoor appointments are taking place, let us be determined and have a resolute mind to outclass the present government,” Aonok told the party workers.
The NPCC working president also compared NPF and BJP government in the same category, considering them as parties without principle and ideology.
With Rahul Gandhi being elected as the president of AICC, Aonok was hopeful that the country will have an alternative govt in the 2019 election under his leadership.
Adding to this he said, “the educated and rural youth have started looking up on Gandhi junior”.
“There will be a wind of change in the political scenario, here in the state. I am sure a time will come for NPCC to rule again, and that time is not far from us with the change of leadership at the centre,” he added.