New Delhi: The Janata Dal United on Wednesday stated that it has dissolved its Nagaland State Committee with rapid impact after it got here to know that the state celebration president “gave a letter of help” to Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio with out consulting the celebration.
“The central celebration got here to know that the Nagaland State President of our celebration gave a letter of help to the chief minister of Nagaland with out consulting the central celebration, its excessive indiscipline and arbitrary,” learn a press release by the celebration.
“So, the celebration has dissolved the Nagaland state committee with rapid impact,” it added.
Janata Dal (United) dissolves its Nagaland state committee with rapid impact stating that Nagaland State President of the celebration gave a letter of help to the Nagaland CM with out consulting the central celebration.
The celebration calls it “excessive indiscipline and arbitrary.” pic.twitter.com/TjAUxR6pxX
— ANI (@ANI) March 9, 2023
As per stories, Nagaland JDU president Senchumo Lotha and lone celebration MLA Jwenga Seb met Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio on Wednesday and handed over his letter of help to the NDP-BJP coalition authorities.
After gaining data of the event, the highest celebration management took motion and dissolved the state unit with rapid impact.
As per a report by the Instances of India, Lotha and Seb confirmed that they met with Chief Minister Rio at his Kohima residence and handed over their celebration’s letter of help to him. “We supported the Neiphiu Rio authorities on the premise of native points in Nagaland,” reported the newspaper quoting Lotha as saying.
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Within the lately concluded elections to the 60-member Nagaland Legislative Meeting, JD(U)’s Jwenga Seb received from Tseminyu seat defeating his nearest rival Republican Occasion of India (Athawale) candidate Loguseng Semp by 2,563 votes.
JDU fielded eight of its candidates within the meeting elections.
In line with native media, Nitish Kumar and celebration president Lalan Singh allegedly didn’t congratulate their lone MLA from Nagaland for the victory.