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Condolence messages for late Kakheho Sukhalu

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/22/2020 9:55:36 AM IST

Political leaders, organisations, political parties and various individuals have expressed shock at the untimely demise of Kakheho Sukhalu, former MLA and vice-president NDPP, and conveyed deepest condolences to the bereaved family members. 

MP (LS): Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha), Tokeheho Yepthomi, has expressed deep pain at the demise of late Kakheho. In a condolence message, Yepthomi described late Kakheho as a person who spent most of his life in service of the people, whether he held office or not. Tokheho said he had known late Kakheho first as a friend and then as a politician. The MP said the state has lost a very dedicated public leader and that his absence will be deeply felt in the NDPP and Zunheboto district in particular. Further, he hoped that the living God would grant courage to the grieving family to face this adversity and for the departed soul to rest in peace.

Ex-PAN:  EX-Parliamentarian’s Association of Nagaland has expressed deep pain at the demise of Kakheho Sukhalu, ex-MLA. In a condolence message, the ex-PAN described late Kakheho as a sincere, efficient, dedicated and bold leader. It said late Kakheho dedicated his entire life for the welfare of the people. Ex-PAN said his death was not only a loss to his family members and his constituency but also a loss to the Naga people.  Further, ex-PAN prayed that Almighty God gives solace and comfort to the bereaved family members and the departed soul to rest in eternal peace.

CNTC:  Central Nagaland Tribes Council (CNTC) has expressed its deepest condolences on the passing away of Kakheho Sukhalu. In a condolence message, CNTC described late Kakheho as a true dedicated humble and a gentlemen leader whose visionary contributions for the society will be always be remembered and cherished. Further, CNTC has prayed to God to give solace to the bereaved family and comfort in this painful moment.

WSH: Western Sumi Hoho (WSH) has expressed heartfelt condolences over the demise of Kakheho Sukhalu. In a condolence message, WSH described late Kakheho as one true gentleman and a very dedicated, humble, selfless and a true visionary leader. The hoho said his demise was not only a loss for the Sumis in particular but the Nagas in general and that the vacuum would be difficult to fill.  Further, the hoho prayed to the Almighty to grant comfort to the bereaved family and all his relatives and keep them strong in this sad moment.

ZRSU: Zunheboto Range Students’ Union (ZRSU) has conveyed heartfelt condolences to the family of late Kakheho. In his demise, ZRSU said the union has lost a visionary leader, whose gentle personality and human warmth endeared him to all. 

Further, ZRSU also prayed that his family finds the strength needed to forge ahead in his huge absence and for the departed soul to rest in eternal peace.

NDPP secretary general: Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) secretary general, Abu Metha has expressed deep pain at the demise of his good friend and and senior leader late Kakheho Sukhalu. Metha said late Kakheho was a founding member of the NDPP and served as senior vice president till his demise. 

Metha added that late Kakheho was one of the key leaders who struggled and made enormous efforts to bring the party to where it is today. Further, Metha along with his family have conveyed deepest condolences to the members of the bereaved family and prayed to Almighty God to let the departed soul rest in peace. 

AUZT: Asukhomi Union Zunheboto Town (AUZT) has expressed deep sorrow and grief over the demise of late Kakheho Sukhalu. In a condolence message, AUZT described late Kakheho as a visionary and hard working leader who worked tirelessly to uplift the constituency and its populace in particular and Zunheboto district in general. The union has prayed to the Lord Almighty to grant eternal peace to the departed soul and give strength and peace to the bereaved family members.

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