Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. For that matter anybody that gets elected has the competence but not necessarily the will, and therefore cannot stand up against unrealistic dream sellers and compromise Nagaland development for el dorado. • Yes, but they wouldn’t. • Yes, there are some good capable […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. Otherwise who will represent the public? • Yes. Political parties in Nagaland are the most foolish, slave people in the world. They want the public to serve Indians as slaves. They just can’t boycott/defer election. What a pity for the foolishness of narrow […]
To show seriousness in their stance for ‘Solution, Not Election,’ the State Cabinet along with the legislators should have resigned by now. Why?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. If they are really what they speak of and are really serious about the Naga issue, then they should have resigned long time back. Even if elections are held, they should resign en-mass to push for a solution. • Yes, since the […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes, because once elections are held the probability for solution will go further away. • Isn’t that the ultimate aspiration of the Nagas? Decades of struggles, bloodshed and sacrifices yet here we are cowering behind the door and trying to dabble on the […]
Are those in power and wanting the status quo to continue feeling threatened by the Naga Reconciliation process? Why?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes, our factional leaders, tribal leaders and politicians are benefiting most from our divided Naga society. They are all very busy building their own kingdoms and piling up their wealth. They have forgotten that even if they get away with their corrupt dealings, there […]
Is the Govt of India justified in extending the Disturbed Areas Act in Nagaland for another six months? Why?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. The central government will always find one excuse or the other to justify the DAA and AFSPA in Nagaland. So there is no point harping about it. The best way is to find a political solution. • Yes, because Nagas are divided […]
Do you agree that Anticorruption strategies need to be based on evidence to a much greater degree if it is to make any progress? Why?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. Evidences are needed to make any conviction, in the absence of evidences as a subject of conviction, there are possibilities that even an innocent person can fall prey. It is also important that people in authority do not provide and hindrances while in […]
Will the Clean Election Campaign be more effective if pastors lead with commitment, dedication and integrity? Why?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes, it will be far more effective and I totally agree. For Naga community the Church plays a very important role and if the pastors can take the lead the followers will even sacrifice. • Yes. Integrity and humility • Yes it […]
Do you think the Nagaland electorate is ready to vote for honest, sincere and visionary candidates in 2018 elections? Why?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Absolutely yes…! Beginning is the hardest thing in life but once it starts, the next time will be better and best. Kuknalim • I will say yes. But it is only a small section of the electorate. Will it make any difference? Time will […]
Is public silence and complacent attitude allowing the Nagaland govt to get away from its responsibility for the crumbling infrastructure? How?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. Just look at Dimapur. They are hardly getting 4 to 5 hours of electricity a day but they are so comfortably numb and enjoying the blackout. • Yes. No unity among Nagas. If somebody raise a voice, first they will identify the […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Nagaland is a failed state and it’s main sickness is Corruption. All of us are corrupted. The Lokayukta may not be able to catch all the corrupt officers and politicians, but it will catch a few and it must make an example of them. […]
Some of those who Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes, Nagaland government is solely responsible for the State’s collapsing infrastructure. At times, the public is blamed for demanding money during election but that is just negligible amount of state economy though voting for money is wrong too. The lion’s share of […]