NEIDP claims to form government in 2022

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, January 6, 2019: North East India Development Party (NEIDP) has declared that it will come to power in Manipur in 2022 by winning elections without distributing money to voters.

“For this NEIDP have constructed a design to win election in free and fair approach”, said president of the political party Narengbam Samarjit in the public gathering on one-day political convention held on the theme “Together for Change” at Tera Keithel Sapam Leirak Machin in Imphal West.

He also declared that his party is ready to sacrifice fund to implement the 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations if the state government does not have financial source for the central pay scale.

The NEIDP also declared that it has also decided to contest in the 2019 Lok Sabha election from the Inner Parliamentary seat.

“The imbalance in the judiciary, the executive and the legislature has assassinated democracy in the state. People should support the political party which can balance these three pillars and we are ready to make it,” said Samarjit.

He said, “The present political situation which has resulted in the failure of development is not the fault of either the ruling or the opposition party, but the fault of all of us!”

Because of the fault we committed since the last 69 years Manipur remains undeveloped. Being togetherness can only bring a positive change in the state, he added.

NEIDP is of and for the people of Manipur and the North East and by the inner voice of “Togetherness for Change” said the party leader.

“Our party has no enemy and respects all political parties. We will help the state government at the best capacity. Because it is people’s government and governance need not be in the name of political parties,” said Samarjit.

He said NEIDP feels that the state government has been facing problems since the past 69 years and NEIDP is supporting the government for a change.

“We projected that the fund required to revise the government employees’ salary as per the 7th central pay scale for the year 2018-19 is Rs 3777 crore. NEIDP can sacrifice for the government if it has difficulty of financial source for the central pay,” said Samarjit.

The state government employees have been demanding for pay revision as per the 7thpay commission’s recommendations.

The NEIDP was formed on December 23 and has been registered with the Election Commission of India. At present it has members from all the eight states of North East.

Member of the party from different parts of the North East took part in the gathering.






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