Imphal, Jan 10 (UNI) The Naga People's Party (NPP) here today protested against imposition of the President's Rule in Nagaland.
NPP president Ng Hungyo alleged that the President's Rule had been imposed hastily in Nagaland, just ahead of the Assembly elections, without any respect and consideration for the sentiments of the people and termed it ''unfortunate and ill-timed.'' The NNP stated that the uncertain scenario in the state could not be resolved by the imposition of the President's Rule.
''The Central Rule was not in the interest of the people but purely for the interest and advantage of the Congress,'' the party said.
The NNP also advocated formation of a popular government in Nagaland by the regional political parties so that the unstable situation in the state could be solved amicably as per the aspirations and sentiments of the people.
''Central Rule in any of the NE states, including Nagaland, cannot solve the law and order or insurgency-related problems,'' the NNP stated.
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