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NDPP Wokha welcomes formation of NUG

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By EMN Updated: Sep 07, 2021 10:19 pm
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Members of NDPP Wokha region along with central executive board (CEB) team after the consultative meeting on Tuesday.

Wokha, Sep. (EMN): Wokha region of the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) has welcomed the decision to form Nagaland United Government (NUG) and reaffirmed support for an early, honourable, acceptable and inclusive solution to the ongoing Naga political issue.

The resolution to this effect was taken during its consultative meeting held in its office on September 7. An update from the region stated that the house has reiterated its commitment to work towards strengthening the party at the grassroots in all the assembly constituencies in Wokha district.

It also affirmed its support to the undisputed leadership of the chief minister, Neiphiu Rio, and the party president, Chingwang Konyak.

During the meeting, NDPP general secretary and team in-charge of NDPP Wokha region, TL Merry, reminded that “a good follower is a good leader”. He also called upon the members to work for the uplift of the party.

Also speaking in the meeting, Renbomo kikon, NDPP general secretary and CEB, called upon the members to work vigorously towards strengthening the party in the district. He appreciated Wokha NDPP for having experienced and seasoned leaders.

Renpio Yanthan, secretary NDPP and CEB, also called upon the party workers to be active and let people identify them. He asked them to wake up from slumber and rededicate themselves to work for the party.

Mhonthung Patton, secretary NDPP and CEB, urged the members to strengthen the party at grassroots by visiting all the four assembly constituencies in Wokha district.

Meanwhile, NDPP Wokha region also congratulated its party secretary general, Abu Metha, on his recent appointment as associate vice president of Athletic Federation of India (AFI) for the term up to 2024. It also congratulated Vikali Zhimomi, NDPP women wing president.

Earlier, a silent prayer was observed in remembrance of the past leaders.

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By EMN Updated: Sep 07, 2021 10:19:43 pm