NCP (Ajit Pawar) says winning 12 seats in Nagaland civic polls highlights Party’s growing influence and acceptance in region

New Delhi: Successful conduct of ULB elections underscores collective aspirations for progress, development across urban and town areas: NCP

BY | Monday, 1 July, 2024

The Nationalist Congress Party (Ajit Pawar faction) has said that winning 12 seats in the recently concluded Urban Local Body (ULB) elections in Nagaland, with five candidates elected unopposed, highlights the Party’s growing influence and acceptance in the region. The Party had contested in 22 seats across the state.

The Party has won in the Wokha Town Council under Wokha district, Atoizu Town Council under Zunheboto district and in Tening Town Council under Peren district.

NCP Chief National Spokesperson, Brijmohan Shrivastav remarked that the victories were historic and lauded the Party’s Nagaland State President Vanthungo Odyuo for his leadership and organizational efforts in achieving this milestone.

He further said that the successful conduct of the elections reflects “a renewed democratic engagement at the grassroots level” and Nagaland’s commitment to gender inclusivity in local governance. The successful conduct of these elections underscores the collective aspirations for progress and development across urban and town areas in the state, the Party Spokesperson added.

“The NCP’s victory on 7 seats in the Vidhan Sabha and now in the ULB elections is a clear indication that the party is emerging as a strong political force in Nagaland,” Shrivastav stated while extending hearty congratulations to the winning candidates.

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