No internal strife within Congress in Arunachal: CLP
The Congress Legislature Party (CLP) in Arunachal Pradesh has denied any internal problems among the party legislators.
Itanagar: The Congress Legislature Party (CLP) in Arunachal Pradesh has denied any internal problems among the party legislators.
The CLP meeting, which was convened here yesterday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has termed reports about internal strife in the party as baseless, fabricated and politically motivated, engineered by vested interests, government spokesman Bamang Felix said in a statement here today.
Dubbing it as an act with an intent to create confusion, the meeting resolved to take legal action against those involved in spreading rumour using mass and social media.
The members authorised Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee president Padi Richo and the CLP leader to take disciplinary action against any member proved to be involved in indiscipline or anti-party activities, Felix said.
The meeting also discussed on the proposed visit of Congress president Sonia Gandhi to the state in April, besides other issues like the Land Acquisition Bill, suggestions for compilation of the Vision 2030 document for the state, Niti Aayog and 14th Finance Commission award.
Chief Minister Nabam Tuki asked the members to prepare development plans for their respective constituencies prioritising projects and plans to be implemented in the next five years.
"This will help in decentralisation of the planning process and participation of the grass root people in choosing their own developmental path," Tuki said and suggested all development related schemes be beneficial to every individual of the society.
The Chief Minister underscored the importance of adhering to all prescribed guidelines so that legal complications were avoided during the implementation process, which may invite criticism and also hamper in completion of the projects and stressed on judicious utilisation of all funds, the statement said.
Tuki also informed the members that the state's financial position was stable and sought their suggestion for additional resource mobilisation and innovative ideas, which could be incorporated in the ensuing Budget, the statement added.