Zhaleo reiterates development commitment to his constituency
Dimapur, Oct. 8 (EMN): Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) legislator, Zhaleo Rio, has reiterated his commitment to bring about all-round development in his constituency.
Addressing an annual general meeting-cum-picnic of NDPP 5 Ghaspani-II AC at TL Angami Park on October 8, Zhaleo expressed regret that the constituency had to sacrifice its justified demand for cabinet berth even in the present government. He, however, opined that it was for the welfare of Nagas in general.
Zhaleo was optimistic that the UDA as well as NDPP is aware of all the nitty-gritty and will bring about more positive changes in the coming years, an update form the NDPP Ghaspani unit stated. He also lauded the party workers and the public for reposing faith on him as the democratically elected leader during the last two terms.
The MLA further requested NDPP central leaders to strategise and set priorities for the constituency as well as Dimapur region.
It stated that a number of issues related to the constituency were discussed in detail during the annual meeting, which was chaired by Tokihe Zhimomi, general secretary of the party and political advisor to the MLA.
Senior vice president and in-charge of NDPP Dimapur region, Charlie Sekhose, affirmed that disciplinary measures would be enforced in case of unconstitutional acts committed by party members. He also assured that the party would always consider the aspirations of the people and sort out modalities accordingly.
Others who addressed the gathering included Miathou Krose, advisor of NDPP Central; Vihoshe, president of NDPP Dimapur region; Dosau Kuotsu, president of NDPP 5 Ghaspani-II AC; representatives from women, youth and minority organisations of the constituency; Ashito Awomi, president of Lower Sumi Sector, Kuki Core Committee; Khekiho Ayemi, working president; Qhetovi Swu, GB; and chairmen of different villages.
Jangtinsei Singson, senior vice president of the constituency, invoked God’s blessings. Around 500 party workers and officials from the constituency participated in the general meeting, it stated.