• Nagaland: NPF wants NLA discussion on Naga issue, COVID-19 and SARFAESI Act
    KOHIMA, JULY 22 (MExN): The Naga People’s Front (NPF) has expressed concern at the Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) Speaker’s decision refusing to entertain the issues raised by the NPF Legislature Wing during the recently held BAC meeting. A press release from the NPF press bureau said that the issues raised by the NPF were of urgent matter and of public importance. “It is expected that the Speaker to consider the subject matter and table in the forthcoming Ass
  • NPF clarifies Zeliang’s statement
    DIMAPUR, JULY 17 (MExN): The Naga People’s Front (NPF) has expressed surprised over the press release issued by the NDPP on July 16, in which it was stated that the “Leader of the Opposition and former Chief Minister, TR Zeliang has quoted “the truth” and that the Speaker has done fairly.” This was in relation to the disqualification petition against 7 MLAs.   A press release from the NPF said that the Leader of the Opposition had meant that
  • NHM Issue: Put cabinet decision on hold, says NPF
    Kohima, June 15 (MExN): The Naga People’s Front (NPF) on Monday expressed concern over the imbroglio in the Department of Health and Family Welfare following the State Government’s decision to regularize the contractual and contingency medical officers under the department and demanded that the decision be put on hold. “The very decision of commissioning public servants without following the laid down procedures is a blatant and atrocious disregard for the law go
  • NPF Legislature Party for ‘amicable settlement’
    Dimapur, June 15 (MExN): The NPF Legislature Party today addressed the ‘impasse’ between the State Government and the National Health Mission Employees Association, Nagaland (NEAN) stating that “amicable settlement to the imbroglio is a prerequisite in tackling COVID-19 in the State.” In a press communiqué on June 15, NPF Legislature Party said that the State cabinet’s decision was “haphazard and unsystematic” and pointed out that &
  • Conclude disqualification proceedings within six weeks: HC to NLA Speaker
    Dimapur, June 3 (MExN): The Kohima Bench, Gauhati High Court on June 2 directed the Speaker, Nagaland Legislative Assembly, to conclude the disqualification proceedings against the seven NPF MLAs and pass appropriate orders within 6 weeks. The Court also directed the petitioners as well as the respondents to appear before the Speaker either in person or through their authorized representatives on June 8 to receive further instructions to enable the Speaker to conclude the proceedi
  • Revoke decision to send positive patients to various districts: NPF
    DIMAPUR, JUNE 3 (MExN): The Naga People’s Front (NPF) has asked the State Government to revoke the Cabinet’s decision to “send positive patients to various districts,” and revise the current Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). This was one of the resolution adopted by the NPF during a meeting at the Leader of the Opposition, TR Zeliang’s residence with NPF officials and MLAs on June 3.  The meeting further noted that the decision of the Sta