A number of Nagaland dissident deputies were evacuated Friday morning from a Kaziranga station flooded by the intervention force when the state disaster (SRDF) so they can go to a state capital vote trust, Kohima, at the end of the day.
Former U.S. Prime Minister TR Zeliang and 35 other members of the Popular Front Naga (NPF) had been camped at the station since July 8, after a revolt against the chief minister shürhozelie liezietsu.
Shortly after Zeliang asked to form the government on July 9, Governor PB Acharya Liezietsu ordered to hold a test of strength at the July 15 state assembly.
A station manager, located in the Kohora area in Kaziranga, said a SRDF boat was used to evacuate the deputies and other people who were there.
“The entire complex was reserved to accommodate about 130 people from Nagaland.
The SDR Forum they evacuated in batches from 7 am on Friday. The entire operation lasted four hours, “the executive said in the clutches of anonymity. After lawmakers were evacuated by boat, they left Nagaland in an SUV fleet parked on the road.
During his stay, relatives and acquaintances of Deputies had brought food to Nagaland’s house – located 120km away – on local boats.
Complex kaziranga is frequently used by members of Nagaland and political leaders in power struggles. It witnesses a low occupation from May to October – when the national park is closed by the monsoon.
Meanwhile, Acharya reached Kohima Delhi by vote of confidence on Friday afternoon, although found face to Liezietsu overturn.
The day before, the governor had said he was convinced Zeliang had the required number of lawmakers to justify a test of strength.
The former PM says he has the support of 43 MPs – 36 from the NPF and seven independents.
He is also convinced lawmakers to support four BJP NMF partners in the government of the Nagaland Democratic Alliance.
Resistance of the 60-member Nagaland ensemble was reduced to 59 after Liezietsu’s son, Khriehu, resigned in June to help his father compete for the Northern Angami-I constituency.
The partial election for the seat, the Prime Minister must win to keep his job, is scheduled for July 29.