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NPF for no restriction on people's dietary habits

Press Trust of India  |  Kohima 

The ruling Naga People's Front today urged the to take up with the Centre about imposition of restrictions on the dietary habits of the people, a party statement said.

The appeal from NPF's central executive council (CEC) came in the wake of a central notification banning sale and purchase of cattle at animal markets for slaughter.



The NPF suggested that the state apprise the Centre that the culinary preferences of the Naga people, along with their social, traditional, religious or customary practices were not infringed upon by any unilateral decision of the central government, said the statement.

The CEC also appealed to all sections of the Naga people, especially NSCN (K) leaders, to shun violence and resume the peace process with the of without any further delay.

It also thanked Chief Minister N Biren Singh for inducting all four NPF MLAs of the neighbouring state into his Government, the statement said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The ruling Naga People's Front today urged the Nagaland government to take up with the Centre about imposition of restrictions on the dietary habits of the people, a party statement said. The appeal from NPF's central executive council (CEC) came in the wake of a central government notification banning sale and purchase of cattle at animal markets for slaughter. The NPF suggested that the state government apprise the Centre that the culinary preferences of the Naga people, along with their social, traditional, religious or customary practices were not infringed upon by any unilateral decision of the central government, said the statement. The CEC also appealed to all sections of the Naga people, especially NSCN (K) leaders, to shun violence and resume the peace process with the Government of India without any further delay. It also thanked Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh for inducting all four NPF MLAs of the neighbouring state into his Government, the statement said. The ruling Naga People's Front today urged the to take up with the Centre about imposition of restrictions on the dietary habits of the people, a party statement said.

The appeal from NPF's central executive council (CEC) came in the wake of a central notification banning sale and purchase of cattle at animal markets for slaughter.

The NPF suggested that the state apprise the Centre that the culinary preferences of the Naga people, along with their social, traditional, religious or customary practices were not infringed upon by any unilateral decision of the central government, said the statement.

The CEC also appealed to all sections of the Naga people, especially NSCN (K) leaders, to shun violence and resume the peace process with the of without any further delay.

It also thanked Chief Minister N Biren Singh for inducting all four NPF MLAs of the neighbouring state into his Government, the statement said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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NPF for no restriction on people's dietary habits

The ruling Naga People's Front today urged the to take up with the Centre about imposition of restrictions on the dietary habits of the people, a party statement said.

The appeal from NPF's central executive council (CEC) came in the wake of a central notification banning sale and purchase of cattle at animal markets for slaughter.

The NPF suggested that the state apprise the Centre that the culinary preferences of the Naga people, along with their social, traditional, religious or customary practices were not infringed upon by any unilateral decision of the central government, said the statement.

The CEC also appealed to all sections of the Naga people, especially NSCN (K) leaders, to shun violence and resume the peace process with the of without any further delay.

It also thanked Chief Minister N Biren Singh for inducting all four NPF MLAs of the neighbouring state into his Government, the statement said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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