MLA: MLA and former chief minister of Nagaland, K.L. Chishi has expressed shock and grief over the demise of Chekiye Zhimomi, village chief of Chekiye village. In a condolence note Chishi has described late Chekiye as a man who lived with magnetite and also a pioneer in establishing the Sumi villagers in western sector and also said the demise of Chekiye was a great loss to Sumi and Western Sumi in particular. The MLA expressed condolence to the bereaved family and prayed for the soul to rest in peace.
Former LS MP: Former MP Lok Sabha, W. Wangyuh Konyak has expressed sadness over the demise of Chekiye on March 18 after a prolonged illness. Describing late Chekiye as a brave and honest man who had established a village which was named after him, the former MP stated that Naga people have lost a senior citizen in his demise and his deeds would be remembered by all, particularly Dimapurians. Wangyuh Konyak further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
FGN: Federal Government of Nagaland (FGN) has expressed shock over the demise of “Brig. (Retd)” Keviselie who passed away on March 16 at his native home, Urra village, Angami region. Conveying condolences to the bereaved family and relatives, “Gen.(Retd.)” Viyalie Metha, Kedahge, FGN stated that Keviselie joined national defense Service in 1956 and served with faith and integrity till he was released from Naga Army on June 20, 2006 due to ill- health and advanced age. He also undertook of Alee Command to East Pakistan (Bangladesh) in 1963-1964. FGN also expressed that it was a great loss and irreparable damage for the nation and communities adding that his patriotic deed and true sacrifice for the nation would always remain in the history of the nation.
NCP: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Nagaland and the Youth Wing of the NCP has expressed condolence over the demise of Narola R. Murry, mother of State NCP president and also Minister for Agriculture, Dr. Chumben Murry on Monday. The state party working president Er. Levi Rengma has conveyed condolences to the bereaved family.
KCSU: The principal, staff and students’ union of Kohima College have mourned the demise of Tali Jamir, class representative of BA II, Political Science Department, on March 19. The KCSU stated in a condolence note that Lt. tali Jamir was a talented and hard working student. It conveyed condolence to the bereaved family.
CTCSU: The Chozuba Town Chakhesang Students’ Union has mourned the demise of Velhüsayi Swüro on March 11. The union said that Lt. Velhüsayi was a sincere and dedicated person who worked for the service of the union and added that his death was a loss to the community. The union further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family.
Parl. Secy : Parliamentary secretary for Information & Public relations and Economics & Statistics, R. Tohanba has expressed sadness over the demise of late L. S. Tuden Aier, former Addl. Director & HoD department of Economics & Statistics who passed away on March 18 at Kohima after a prolonged illness. Stating that late Tuden had served the department with sincerity and dedication, the parliamentary secretary on behalf of the department and on his own behalf conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
19th A/C NPF Phek: 19th A/C NPF Phek has expressed grief over the sudden demise of Khochizo Venuh, former president of Phek village unit NPF and former president of Phek Village Wrestling on February 25 at Phek Vilage.
The condolence message stated that Khochizo was a dedicated leader who strived with ‘dedication and sacrifice’ for the cause of the party. The party also conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul rest in peace.