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Former TTC chairman expires
Correspondent TUENSANG:
Published on 27 Dec. 2009 1:44 AM IST
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Tuensang Town Council (TTC) former chairman and former president of Yimchunger Tribal Council (YTC) and Yimchunger Students’ Conference (YSC) and present Advisory board of NPF 53 A/C Tuensang Sadar 11, P.Y.Sunglo, passed away on Friday after prolonged illness at his residence at old medical B Tuensang. Hundreds of people from different walks of life gathered to pay their last respects to the departed leader. The funeral service was held at Town hall Tuensang and was taken for burial at his native village Kuthur. In a condolence message, Major (Rtd) Kewongkhum Tatar, GPRN NSCN, said P.Y. Sunglo did a commendable job for the people of Yimchunger and Nagas in during his tenures. “Tatar” Kewongkhum, also said late P.Y.Sunglo strived with ‘sincerity and sacrifice’ for the cause of the Naga Nation under NNC FGN in the rank of “Captain” and described late P.Y.Sunglo, as a ‘dedicated and true leader’ among the Kuthur villagers. The GPRN NSCN leader said that, his death was a great loss to the people of Yimchunger and entire Eastern Nagas and expressed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace. Meanwhile, Parliamentary Secretary (IPR) & eco and statistics R Tohanba has expressed shock over the demise of Youngsonglo Yimchunger who expired on December 25. In a condolence message the secretary described late Youngsonglo as an active social worker who also served as the President of Yimchunger Student Union, Yimchunger Tribal Council vice president of Eastern Nagaland Peoples Organisation and chairman of Tuensang Town Council. He also conveyed condolence top the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace. Nagaland People’s Front vice president K. Zungkum expressed condolence on the demise of Youngsonglo. Stating that the death was of Youngsonglo was a great loss to the Yimchunger community he conveyed condolences to the grieving family.

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