Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes, we need women participation and beyond the post of women co-ordinator and cultural secretary. We need our women prepared to take a stand and also create environment for her to respond. The cultural mindset and attitude towards women participation need to widen beyond […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. Apart from Kohima and Dimapur, I haven’t seen the other roads in Nagaland, so there’s no point giving a general disapproval which most of us tend to do. But as far as the State capital is concerned, there seems to be some genuine […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. The customary laws we strictly follow. • Yes, with the passage of time and spread of education to every sections of society, most of the Nagas at present follow and respect the Rule of Law. • Yes. There are so much rules of […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: Some of those who voted NO had this to say: • No. The word prepared is not to be found in the dictionary so why “well” prepared • No, not in any season! The monsoon thankfully doesn’t create much havoc except for landslides and flooding. […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • No comment for others, as for myself yes, I even send them to school. • Yes, there are families who send them for education and treat them as their own. • Yes. Just because some mistreat domestic worker it does not mean Nagas treat […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes, I think to some extent election malpractices have been curbed. • Not entirely but yes the process has started and we see a sharp decline. • Yes. The blatant abuse of power has reduced to a degree. We should not expect overnight changes […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. I feel the closure of business and services on Sundays is a legitimate one. Just look at Israel. The country comes to a closure on the day of the Jewish Sabbath. This is respected and followed in accordance to the Jewish tradition. If […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. Making out voice heard in the Indian Parliament is very important for the Naga political issue. We must take this election seriously. • These days the parliamentary elections are becoming important since the policy in the center is affecting our state. When we […]
Will the application of the Inner Line Permit (ILP) all over Nagaland solve the issue of ‘illegal migration’?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. I feel proper records and data can help policy makers take remedial steps. But it’s also true that Dimapur is developed like a cosmopolitan city because there is no ILP in the district. • Yes. We can track all the illegal entries. • […]
Will the appointment of Nagaland State’s first Lokayukta improve governance and accountability? How?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Of course! We have now the legal mechanism to check corruption in the State. Others (governance & accountability) will gradually add to the working of the mechanism by time itself. Wise people will accept with good faith. • So long as no interference from […]
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes, ban on plastics is being effective, comparing to the past years use of plastic has become comparatively low in Nagaland but it doesn’t mean that we are done, there is still need for progression in order for a state free of plastic; also […]
Is it possible for the corrupt to re-invent themselves as agents of positive change and use their resources for Social Justice? How?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: • Yes. Even the most corrupt can mend their ways and become great agents of change. It needs the moral and political will to do so. Only the very strong can do that. Unfortunately, in Nagaland, we are in shortage of courageous people. • Yes, […]