12-hour National Highways bandh in Nagaland
Kohima, Jan 06: The youth wings of three non-Congress parties in Nagaland have called for a 12-hour bandh on National Highway 39 and 61, passing through the state, on January eight to protest the imposition of President's Rule.
Nagaland Peoples' Front (NPF) Youth Wing president Kakuto Shohe said here today that the bandh was jointly called by the youth wings of the NPF, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), from 0600 hours to 1800 hours on January eight, to protest the imposition of President's Rule in Nagaland by the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre.
The NPF's Youth Wing organised a poster campaign in Kohima as well as other parts of the state to register their protest against the President's Rule.
NPF president Shurhozelie, in a statement, admitted that the NPF Youth Wing had taken up the poster campaign and bandh to voice the protests of the common people against the President's Rule.