The Langpangkong Students’ Conference (LKM) has resolved to extend support towards state government’s effort to revive Tuli Paper Mill under Mokokchung.
LKM in its 29th conference that concluded recently also reaffirmed its earlier resolution to remain vigilant to counter and destabilize all unwanted elements that attempted to sabotage revival of the Mill as it believed to generate employment opportunities in various ways not only for Langpangkong range people but for Naga people at large. LKM also resolved to initiate noble work in honour of late Pangersowa (father of P.Talitemjen, Chief Information Commissioner, Nagaland) of Akhoya village as the Father of the Mungdang. LKM resolved to extend support to Tuli College to make it one of the best institutions to pursue education in parity with other renowned institutions.
It also decided to hold the next 30th LKM conference-cum-tournament at Asangma village. LKM also elected a group of new office bearers for the tenure 2010 to 2013 with Moatemsu Imsong (Unger) as the president, Lanumar Yaden (Merangkong) as the vice president, Toshitemjen Pongen (Chuchuyimlang) as the general secretary and Rongsennungba Jamir (Asangma) as the assistant general secretary. Temsumangyang (Mongsenyimti), T. Ali Longkumer (Changtongya) and Lanumar (Wameken) were nominated as the advisor board.