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NCP blames Rajkhowa for political turmoil

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  14 Feb 2016 12:00 AM GMT


ITAGAR, Feb 13: The State unit of NCP has alleged Governor J P Rajkhowa of creating political turmoil in the State.

Party’s State unit president Gicho Kabak in a statement today alleged that the current situation in the State is an onslaught of the BJP to topple the democratically elected government.

“The BJP through the governor is crushing the constitutiol values to get power through back door. Now the governor should be more careful that such situation does not occur again. The governor wants power to rule the State and the Centre has provided him with it by imposing President’s Rule in Aruchal Pradesh. He should now rule the State smoothly without affecting the developmental process,” a statement from Kabak said.

“Public peace and security should be maintained with priority and the development process initiated by the State government should not be stopped at any cost,” he added further urging the governor to allow continuation of all the policies and programmes of the State government without any discrimition.

The NCP further cautioned that if any development works are stopped, people would revolt, so the governor should work for the overall interest of the people without any discrimition and ensure that lives and properties of people are protected.

The party also stated that after imposition of President’s Rule in Aruchal, the tourist inflow in the State and business of twin capital cities had declined due to fear psychosis developed in the minds of the people.

“Paramilitary forces deployed in the capital should be properly directed not to harass innocent people while performing their duty,” the party added.

Further asserting that the Supreme Court’s judgment would go in favour of petitioners bam Rebia to uphold the constitution of India, the NCP expressed confident that that the Tuki-led Congress government would re-install its stronghold in the State.

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