Aizawl, May 21 (UNI) The Mizoram National Front today accused the three-month old ruling Congress at the Chakma Autonomous District Council (CADC) in south Mizoram of misusing power and violating rules and regulations of the council.
The Congress-led CADC has allegedly dissolved a number of village councils and defied a Gauhati High Court's stay order to the dissolution order, a statement of Kamalanagar's MNF stated.
A contempt of court case is in the offing, it added.
The MNF also alleged that the council has also terminated 25 muster roll workers and appointed 30 new workers on the basis of 'favouritism' and 'nepotism'.
''These newly appointed workers are engaged in the private houses and gardens of the Congress MDCs,'' a party statement said.
Another 80 pro-Congress workers have been appointed as middle and primary schools without advertisements and interviews, it stated.
They also alleged that the CADC appointed advisors to CEM, president, district school education board chairman and town committee with high salaries and facilities, which even surpassed the expenditure on the advisors to the chief minister.
The CADC executive committee had also allegedly transfered teachers en mass resulting in mismanagement of official procedure thus causing problem to the students.
The statement pointed out that the delegates of the MNF party from the Chakma district have met the state governor and submitted a memorandum demanding immediate suspension of the present executive committee of the CADC.
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