Kohima, Mar 3 (UNI) The Nagaland Peoples' Front(NPF) has accused Goa Governor S C Jamir of involving in Nagaland Assembly elections and campaigning for his son C Apok Jamir, contesting from Mokokchung constituency under Congress ticket.
In a press release here today, NPF Associate Press Secretary Shilumar said the Governor came to Nagaland on February 29 last and since then he is staying at his son's residence and campaigning by luring the electorates by providing "monetary incentives". He also alleged that since his arrival, the para-military forces have been frisking the citizens without any rhyme or reason.
''Presence of para-military forces in the constituency has created a fear psychosis among the general public,'' he stated.
Vehemently condemning his campaigns here, he said such campaigning was "unconstitutional and undemocratic" and invited sincere attention of the Election Commission of India and the President of India to initiate appropriate action against the Governor.
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