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PM Modi campaign in Nagaland, says Centre committed to resolve Naga issue

Last Modified Thursday, 22 February 2018 (15:22 IST)
Kohima: Prime Minister today said that his Government was committed to the resolution of the long-standing Naga issue and the smooth implementation of the historic framework Agreement and stressed on the need for a stable and corruption-free Government in the state and called upon the people to vote for the BJP.

Addressing election rally at Tuensang in Eastern today, Prime Minister said that Government is committed to the resolution of Naga issue in consultation with all 
stakeholders and exuded confidence that within next few months a respectable solution  to the Naga political problem will be arrived at. 

Mr Modi called upon the people to vote for a stable Government in Nagaland, which would be fully dedicated to the development of the state. He said only a stable Government can work for the development of the state. The Prime Minister said, a Government in Nagaland will ensure that the money sent by the reaches the people of the state.

Talking about the connectivity problem in the state, the Prime Minister said his vision for the North East is 'Transformation by Transportation.' He said the Government has added 500 km of National Highways. Prime Minister also said the large gathering at the rally ground has sent a strong message to the people who indulge in divisive politics and politics of vote bank.

The BJP is contesting 20 seats in the February 27 elections for the 60-member Nagaland Legislative Assembly and Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) is contesting on remaining 40. Neiphiu Rio, who has been declared elected 'uncontested,' is the chief ministerial candidate of the NDPP. (UNI)
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