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Rumours fly thick and fast about CM’s resignation
Kohima: Reports of T R Zeliang relinquishing the chair of Nagaland Chief Minister on ‘moral grounds’ following persistent demand of the Naga tribal organisations is spreading like wild fire throughout the state but the Chief Minister’s Office and ruling party termed these as baseless.
Media houses are flooded with phones calls every few minute to confirm the rumour that there was a signature campaign appended by 43 legislators asking Zeliang to step down in view of the demand of the Nagaland Tribes Action Committee (NTAC) Kohima and Joint Coordination Committee (JCC), and explain there had been no confirmation in this regard.
The callers also wanted to verify reports that the ruling Naga People’s Front (NPF) legislators have convinced their incumbent party president, Shurhozelie Liezietsu to take over the chair of Chief Minister and bail out the party from the present situation, which was also denied by the ruling party. (PTI)