NSCN/GPRn: A condolence meeting was held at camp Hebron to pay the last respect to Tatar, Zeliangrong Region E. Lungdui who passed away on April 23 at 1 am at Kamdi Bazar after a prolonged illness. A condolence note issued by MIP GPRN said late Lungdui was born in 1946, and joined ‘national service’ in 1988. He served as Leacy in NC. Hills before his elevation as Tatar .On October 16,1986 .he was arrested by Assam Rifles and allegedly tortured. He was kept in Silchar Central Jail till he was bailed out in 2002. He was again put for another eight months in Silchar Central Jail.
Late Lungdui was the senior most national workers and founder member of NSCN in N.C.Hills and also founded Zemi Council and Zeliangrong Baudi in N.C.Hills.
In the condolence meeting Kilo Kilonser Rh.Raising said, “Dead is not the end of life. Life does not cease in the grave yard. Life and dead are a process of eternal life. It is two side of the same coin. It is important to live and die for a divine mission.”
Npoupeulack, Chairman of Northeast Zemi Council, also paid his respects for late Lungdui. Late Lungdui left behind his wife and one daughter. NSCN/GPRN expressesed its deepest sorrow to the bereaved family members and prayed that God shall always stand by them to give strength and comfort.
KTC: Khiamniungan Tribal Council (KTC) has expressed grief over the demise of B. Bumo, headmaster of Christian High School Noklak who passed away on April 14 at Kohima. Council described him as an honorable man who dedicated his life for upliftment of people particularly in the field of education. While terming his demise as a loss to Khiamniungan community, KTC prayed for God to grant peace and courage to bereaved family members to bear the loss.
Christian High School Students Noklak (CHSSN) has also mourned the demise of its headmaster, B. Bumo who passed away on April 14. The students further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members as the departed soul rests in peace.