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Congress government misleading people on Naga accord: Modi in Manipur

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source: Indian Express

Accusing Congress for spreading false propaganda on Naga accord, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that there was nothing in it that is detrimental to the interests of the state.

“The O Ibobi Singh government was carrying on false campaign and misleading the people regarding the Naga Accord,” PM said at an election meeting.

“I assure you that there is no single reference of ditching Manipur people or their interests in the Naga Accord,” he added

“The Naga Accord was signed one-and-half years ago. What were you doing? Were you in a deep sleep? All of a sudden you have woken up before elections. You are making false claims to mislead the people,” the prime minister said.

“BJP will form the next government in Manipur and no blockade will be allowed then. We will show how a government is run,” he said.

“The Congress wants to reap benefits by letting Manipur burn and by pitting one tribe against another for the sake of the chair,” he said.

“What kind of cheap politics is this where you make brothers fight against each other,” PM said.

The Congress government in the state has alleged that the details of the agreement have been kept secret as it compromises the territorial integrity of Manipur.

The Naga Peace Accord, termed a ‘framework agreement’, was signed between National Socialist Council of Nagalim-Isak-Muivah (NSCN-IM) and the Centre in August 2015.

Attacking the chief minister O Ibobi Singh, PM said “I heard that the state chief minister who has been ruling for the last 15 years is known as 10 per cent chief minister. It is for the people of the state to decide whether they want a 100 per cent honest chief minister or one who takes 10 per cent commission.”