Rio rejects Congress' demand for PR

 
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Kohima, Nov 12 (UNI) Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu has dismissed the Congress' demand for President's Rule in the state saying that political issues should not be mixed with law and order problem.

Mr Neiphiu at the Annual General Conference of the Dimapur unit of Nagaland Peoples' Front (NPF) at Dimapur yesterday said Naga issue is a national problem.

He further urged the underground factions to stop fratricides and listen to the voice of the people in the interest of state's peace and development.

He also said the Congress was misleading the people by demanding President's Rule.

He claimed that the DAN Government was able to control the tense situation at Zunheboto near here with the help of civic bodies.

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