The state office bearer of National People’s Party (NPP) in Arunachal Pradesh unanimously resolved to take stern action against those involved in anti-party activities against its official candidates during the simultaneous Assembly and Lok Sabha polls held on April 11.
The decision was taken at the party’s office bearer meeting in Itanagar on July 1, chaired by NPP state chief Gicho Kabak.
“In the meeting, the post election activities have been discussed in length. The major issues of the discussion were the anti-party activities committed by many party men and women during recent Arunachal Pradesh Assembly and Parliament elections, 2019,” NPP Arunachal vice- president and spokesperson, Nima Sangey Saling said in a statement.
The office bearer unanimously resolved to take serious action against those involved in anti-party activities against official candidates of the party during the election, he added.
The office bearers also decided to dissolve the NPP Youth Front and Student Front and reconstitute shortly, Saling stated.
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