After request of MHA the ENPO loosen its election bycott call

After request of MHA the ENPO loosen its election bycott call

Dimapur: The Eastern Nagaland People’s Organization (ENPO) on August 26, 2022 relaxed its resolution to abstain from any electoral process in Nagaland to press for its demand for a frontier Nagaland state.

The organization took the decision in its executive emergency meeting here on Saturday.
In a statement after the meeting, ENPO said that following the request by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to review the August 26 resolution and the subsequent assurance given by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on February 2 this year, this was done after due consultation with him. Tribal organizations and frontal organizations decided to relax the resolution with immediate effect.
It said Shah’s assurance was that a solution, as mutually agreed, would be decided after due process and implemented after the completion of the electoral process.
ENPO appealed to all citizens under its jurisdiction to cooperate with the government in conducting the upcoming assembly elections in Nagaland and not create any law and order problem.

The organization said that it has taken serious notice of the MHA’s letter dated August 16, 2003 to its President revising the August 26 resolution to ensure free, fair and equitable elections in the state in the larger interest of democracy in the country. To ensure peaceful assembly elections.
“In confidence with the Union Home Minister and MHA, ENPO has relaxed the resolution dated August 26, 2022 in the interest of fair and peaceful conduct of elections in the state,” the statement added.

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