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Sharingain Longkumer releases Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party constitution in Ao dialect

By Imrongkumba Aier Updated: Aug 14, 2021 8:48 pm
Sharingain Longkumer and Medo Yhokha during the release of the NDPP constitution in Ao dialect at the party’s office in Mokokchung, on Saturday. (EM Images)

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Mokokchung, Aug. 14 (EMN):
Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) Speaker Sharingain Longkumer on Saturday released the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) constitution in Ao dialect in the presence of Advisor of Technical Education and Elections, Medo Yhokha and other party officials, here in Mokokchung.

Lauding the initiative of the NDPP Mokokchung region youth organisation, Longkumer said that it’s important to let the people living in villages and all corners know the NDPP manifesto, agenda and principles.

On the recent political development about the proposed opposition-less government in the state, he said that it was a significant progress initiated by the PDA government, as legislators cutting across party lines come together for a common front to give a final push to the protracted Naga political issue.

‘Nagas are progressing and we want to progress, however, we know that progress will happen only when we solve the Naga political issue,’ he asserted.

Longkumer further informed that a consultation meeting with civil bodies was scheduled to be held on August 18 in connection with Naga political issue.

Sharingain Longkumer addressing the party members at the NDPP office in Mokokchung on Saturday. (EM Images)

He further urged the NDPP party members to strengthen it and let the people know about the party’s policies.

Yhokha also asserted that the party was young but the leadership was intact and the present government would complete its tenure under the leadership of Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio.

“The party is standing to its principle and committed to work for the people,” he asserted.

The advisor also asserted that the opposition-less government was not for political mileage but to give a push to the Naga political talk.

While congratulating the NDPP Mokokchung region and the NLA Speaker for their efforts in releasing the party’s Constitution in Ao dialect, he said it was the first of its kind and would be emulated by the rest of the party’s regional offices.

By Imrongkumba Aier Updated: Aug 14, 2021 8:48:06 pm