NPF Mokokchung division on October 16 held annual general meeting in the divisional office complex. Minister for home Imkong Imchen delivering keynote address dwelled on the vitality of Naga unity and the prevailing conducive atmosphere to hammer out an honourable resolution to the decades old Indo-Naga political problem.
Dr. Ngangshi K. Ao minister PHED and association member of NPF exhorted the gathering and declared that visionary and undisputed led leadership of chief minister Neiphiu Rio was the key to the success of DAN government for it was only natural that people feel secured under a good and strong leader.
MLA and chairman NIDC & NHL, Nuklotoshi advised the party workers to be honest, tolerant and judicious.
The divisional president R. Lepden Lkr. delivered the presidential address while Apong Pongener, working president NPF administered the oath of allegiance to the newly sworn in A/C officials. Akang Ao, general secretary of the party, Lanukaba president, Farmer’ Union NPF and Opangla Jamir VP NPF women wing also addressed the meeting.
According to the divisional party president, R. Lepden Lkr. and general secretary, Mangyangnungba, general reports from all the 10 A/Cs under the division were tabled along with reports of the divisional frontal wings and the parent body.
In the meeting the party workers from the division reiterate unswerving support to the able leadership of chief minister, Neiphiu Rio and Dr. Shurhozheli president, NPF and minister Urban Development, Higher Education.
The party also welcomed His Excellency, Nikhil Kumar, Governor of Nagaland and congratulated him for being appointed to the gubernatorial post.
With the cessation of bloodshed in the state, the NPF Mokokchung division appealed to all the Naga leaders both underground and overground to shed differences and strive for Naga unity to arrive at an honourable and acceptable solution to the decades all Indo-Naga political problem.
The house also appealed the government of Nagaland and the management of NPPC to give logistic direction for earlier revival of Tuli Paper Mill and workers union for support and co-operation.
While upholding the Ao Senden, the apex society of the Ao community in its venture to promote, preserve, and promulgate traditional practices, NPF Mokokchung division inconsonance with the whole of the Nagas in its efforts for emotional unification, and to exhibit the age-old culture of harmonious co-existences appealed the Senden to review its resolutions pertaining to the expulsion of Changki Village from the Ao community.