Big political change: Government will now run without opposition in Nagaland, all parties join hands after meeting


Nagaland will be the only state in the country where the government will run without opposition. In order to make a big political change, all the parties of Nagaland have decided to run the government together. All political parties represented in the Nagaland Legislative Assembly finalized the formation of an all-party government in Kohima on Saturday with the ruling party and all opposition parties joining hands. The House resolved that the new government would be called the United Democratic Alliance. Please tell that BJP is also involved in this.

In fact, in the meeting chaired by Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, a unanimous resolution was passed to adopt an opposition-less government. Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio tweeted after the decision and said that the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) has been named for the opposition-less government in Nagaland. The party leaders and MLAs of NDPP, BJP, NPF and independent MLAs have taken this decision unanimously.

Nagaland government spokesperson Neeba Kronu told reporters that the legislators would write a letter to the Speaker for the formation of the UDA in the next few days. It was earlier announced that the new government would be called the Nagaland United Government, but Kronu said during Saturday’s meeting it was decided that the new government would be more appropriately named UDA.


Daras, on July 19, the main opposition Naga People’s Front (NPF) passed a resolution to form an all-party government without any preconditions, urging the Chief Minister to consider it so that there is a joint solution to the Naga issue. To insist on an early political solution. The move was initially appreciated by the ruling Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), but leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) were not too happy with it. However, Chief Minister Rio has assured the central leadership of the BJP. The BJP is a major ally of the NDPP in the government.



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