The National People’s Party will appeal to the Govt of India to repeal the AFSPA : Conrad  

Shillong, Dec 06: The National President of the National People’s Party Mr. Cornad K Sangma who is also the Chief Minister of Meghalaya  made it clear that the stand that they has taken on the Armed Forces Special Power Act (AFSPA)  should be repeal.

The stand of the party on this has been for the very long time it not that they  have decided on the last few days, during the time of late Purno A Sangma they have opposed the act, so it has been a stand for long time.

The NPP National President said that, it need to understand and they need to look at the lager point,  that is about the issued that we face in the North East, weather development issued, issued related to youth, issued related to  insurgency,  issued of Identity, peace law and order situation and the national security.

“Looking from the whole situation that the stand once take , now the problems here is that, we all agreed on the issued that we all are their but a stand on the particular point that we differ it , for example low and order is a problems then some people felt that AFSPA is that way to move forward” said Mr. Conrad .

“But we have seen the stand putting the AFSPA has not really given any results in the last many many years that the AFSPA has been their it has been only counterproductive and there has been more unrest and has the situation where lots of precious lives has been lost and people has to go through lot of pains”  stated Mr. Conrad.

The NPP is very clear in the stand that even though the issued  are there, its need to address thus issued but there are many others ways to address thus issued and the AFSPA is not to address thus issued that is why we keep to continued our stand against the AFSPA  and we will urged the government of India to repeal the draconian act, said Mr. Cornad on the statement issued today.



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