The ruling Naga Peoples Front (NPF) on Tuesday released the party’s manifesto for the February 27 Nagaland Assembly election.
Releasing the party’s manifesto, NPF leader Shurhozelie Liezietsu said the main trust of the party would be “serious governance reforms, concerted development of quality infrastructure, enhancing productivity in critical sectors of economy, skilling youth, growth of state economy and overall improvement of life.”
He said the BJP joining hands with newly-floated Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) is a boon for the NPF.
“BJP themselves walked away from us, not that we walked away and therefore on our part it is a blessing in disguise as NPF is freer to speak,” Liezietsu said.
“We are on the march to face election and we will form the government again,” he claimed, adding that “smaller parties whoever wants to be with us we will take all of them into our fold”.
Liezietsu said the manifesto is not a mere wish-list but it contains those points which NPF considers is within its reach to implement.