|Nagaland Peoples Front (NPF)|
|Leaders||Lok Sabha: Neiphiu Rio, Rajya Sabha: H. Khekiho Zhimomi|
|Founder||Dr. Shürhozelie Liezietsu|
|Headquarters||P.R. Hills Junction, Post Box No. 565, Kohima-797001, Nagaland|
|ECI Status||State Party|
|Seats in Lok Sabha||1 / 545|
|Seats in Rajya Sabha||1 / 245|
|Alliance||National Democratic Alliance|
Nagaland Peoples Front Candidate List Party Leaders History
In Nagaland, both the ruling Naga People’s Front and the opposition party, the UPA, supported Pranab Mukherjee during the 2012 presidential election. Mukherjee held a meeting with Neiphiu Rio and DAN legislators in Dimapur where NPF leaders formally endorsed their support. Mukherjee won the election on July 19, 2012.
When the Nagaland Post asked the Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio, if the support extended to the presidential candidate was also “issue based” as the NPF-led DAN was supporting the UPA government at the centre on the same line, the Chief Minister said that his party was supporting the UPA and hence it was the right perspective that the DAN legislators also support UPA’s presidential nominee. Nagaland Peoples Front main opposition in the legislative assembly is the Indian National Congress party.
Nagaland Peoples Front Mission & Aims
- Work and assist in any possible manner on any approach for a peaceful solution of the Indo-Naga political issue, keeping alive at the same time the fire of relentless endeavour to stand against any force to further divide the Nagas and thereby move towards a renaissance of Naga brotherhood by making constant appeal to Naga conscience.
- Strive to bring about electoral reforms suited to our way of life aimed at a national resurgence in the society towards whom the Party is duty bound and thereby to liberate the Naga society from the deadly clutches of degeneration.
- Work for unity and integrity of the people by integrating all contiguous Naga inhabited areas under one administrative roof and also to provide protection to all the ethnic groups who are indigenous inhabitants of the State.
- Restore the good name and clean image which the Nagas enjoyed in the past by taking the fight against all forms of corruption at all levels of Government.
- Restore to the people the self-discipline and the spirit of self-reliance which the Nagas had in abundance in the past but which have been seriously eroded in the recent past.
- Work for economic advancement of the people with special emphasis on rural development with a view to removing economic disparity in the society.
- Strive for a clean and efficient administration.
- To strictly abide by the Rule of Law in the dispensation of Justice.