Lilen village: The GB of Lilen on behalf of the village expressed gratitude to the post commander of 32 AR Bn, Jalukie for conducting a free medical camp at the village on November 10. Many poor people attended the camp and essential medicines were also distributed, the release further added.
B.D.O. Zunheboto: B.D.O. Zunheboto Block Kuputo Achumi has expressed gratitude to villagers from Shoipu village for extending their service voluntarily in clearing the road between Satakha to Saptiqa for the purpose of Road Show to be held on November 14 at Zunheboto.
Niu Colony: Niu Colony Council has expressed gratitude to Pukavj Yeptho, member Dimapur Municipal Council; for contributing Rs 7000 towards construction of direction sign board and colony letter box.
PFPSD: Public Form Pungro Subdivision (PFPSD) has expressed gratitude to Angami Baptist Churches Council for organizing a free medical camp at Pungro Town from October 30 to November 1. The PFPSD general secretary H Thsantsumong conveyed gratitude to the 31 Doctors 15 nurses and technicians for the large number of operations and the free medicines distributed.
KVC: Kandinu Village Council (KVC) has expressed gratitude to NSCN (IM) government for safely releasing H. Shiuto Kath, ‘APO’ NSCN (U) Rengma region without any condition. In a press note issued by Kachu Rengma, secretary KVC has stated that Shiuto was arrested by NSCN (IM) Lotha region in connection with highway robbery and not of factional reason. Further, the council has lauded NSCN (IM) for releasing him harmlessly on humanitarian ground.
MVC: Murise Village Council (MVC) on behalf of eleven villages as Murise, Tsithrongse, Sangtamtila, Dezeiphe, Singrijan, Solophie, Urra, Bade, Keyito, Sovima and Razeiphe village has expressed gratitude to Dr. Benjongliba, mission director Horticulture and the department for dispersing vegetable seedlings free of cost to all the villagers.
PSU: Phusachodumi Students’ Union (PSU) has expressed gratitude to Bano Vinito, principal DIET Pfütsero for implementing financial assistance to support the tutorial classes. In a joint press note issued by Thüpuyehü Chüzho, president and Zhoto Khamo, general secretary PSU stated that such tutorial classes are necessary particularly in rural setup where all the parents are not privileged to assist their children in studies and maintain regular study hours.