NPF central office: NPF central office has condoled the untimely demise of late Mhonsali Ezungpvui, president, NPF women wing, Wokha division who passed away on January 20. The party described Mhonsali as a strong, ever cheerful and sincere party worker sating that her demise was a bitter blow to the Wokha division NPF.
NPF central office also conveyed deepest condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed God to grant them solace and strength to bear this grievous loss and the departed soul rest in eternal peace.
BJP Mon: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Mon has mourned the demise of Lanpa Konyak father of Phemching Konyak, BJP president Mon district. Further, has conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed for rest and peace for the departed soul.
Y. Patton: Y. Patton, parliamentary secretary Geology and Mining, Irrigation and Flood Control and Border Affairs has mourned the demise of Mhonsali Ezung, president NPF Wokha district women wing on January 20. In a condolence note issued by the parliamentary secretary has stated that the deceased was a very active and loyal party worker who had sincerely worked for the success of the NPF party and for the integrity of NPF party workers in Wokha district and that her commitment would remain as in inspiration to all the parry workers. Further, has conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
Women Wing NPF Mokokchung: The President and colleagues of Women Wing NPF Mokokchung Division has expressed shock over the sudden demise of Women Wing President NPF Wokha Division. The Women wing has extended condolences to the bereaved family members in the period of mourning.
MIP/GPRN: Government of the People’s Republic of Nagalim and the National Socialist Council of Nagalim has expressed shock over the sudden and untimely demise of W.Namkenthiu, Joint Secretary, Account & Audit, son of W. Chalaibo, of Makui village, ZLR region who breathed his last on January 20 at around 9.30 pm. at Burma Camp, Dimapur owing to a B.P stroke. The “government” expressed grief and sorrow, and mourned the death as a great lost to the Naga Nation and the government. MIP/GPRN prayed that Almighty God grant strength and comfort to the bereaved family members.
MIP/GPRN in a condolence message stated that late W. Namkenthiu was born on December 19, 1969 joined NSCN in March 1997, and till the last moment he served the Naga nation with the spirit of dedication and sacrifice. “The government shall record his service to the nation and history will give him a place of honor” added the condolence message.