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Release funds, GPF to Centre

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 May 2015 12:00 AM GMT

our correspondent

Itagar, May 9: The Galo Peoples’ Federation (GPF) expressing displeasure over the Centre’s attitude towards Aruchal Pradesh and its people has urged the Centre to either release funds at the earliest unconditiolly or take action against the state government for fincial mismagement by invoking Fincial Emergency in the state.

“Initiate CBI enquiry over the whole sordid practices, arrest the looters and recover the public money. Why to waste time asking for Utilization Certificates after knowing the facts and figures,” said GPF President Nyadaar Loya in a press release.“It is high time that the Modi led Government should take some positive and strong action for the welfare of the common people of Aruchal rather than enjoying the satirist condition of the Aruchalees due to misdeeds of few,” he added.Taking a dig at the state’s media in context of law and order scerio, the GPF has questioned the recent report on local dailies about the home department.“Having no reports of murder, rape and kidpping for a single day does not certify full proof security or perfect law and order of a place or a state. No matter how many times the politicians may try to befool things, the fourth pillar must act as savior and must have the guts to call spade a spade. Publishing and glorifying and singing to the tune of the political leaders demean the role of present-day’s Sanjay of the Mahabharata,” lamented Loya.

Criticising CoSAAP’s decision over the deduction of a day’s salary without taking consent of the employees Loya alleged that CoSAAP could have appealed for the dotion towards the Nepal quake rather than impose upon its member.Further, he questioned the CoSAAP’s executives whether they would take the responsiblity to repay the whole amount to the 90,000 employees on the ground if the allegations of MLA Kalikho Pul regarding the GPF, NPS are found out to be true and that the government had in fact siphoned off the money.

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