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Condolence messages on demise of late Dr. T.M Lotha

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/27/2020 12:49:55 PM IST

Angami public organisation (APO) and Lotha National Workers NSCN/GPRN, in separate messages, have condoled the demise of late Dr. T.M Lotha, former minister, on March 26 after a brief illness.

APO: In a condolence message, Angami public organisation (APO) said that during the short span of life, late Dr. T.M Lotha set various examples of talents and dedicated his life in the service of the people.

APO said it mourns the loss of “a man of true quality whom people of Nagaland in general look upon as a veteran in all spheres”, and added that his good gestures and valuable services towards the community and society would never be forgotten.

Further, the organisation paid honour and tribute to the departed soul and the bereaved family.

Lotha National workers: Lotha National Workers NSCN/GPRN while expressing grief over the demise of Dr. T.M Lotha stated that late Lotha was a “great human being and an astute parliamentarian and distinguished gentleman”.

The Lotha national workers said the demise of Dr. Lotha would leave a huge void for the political ecosystem, public life and that it was a great loss not only for his family but also for the Nagas in general and Lothas in particular.

Further, it has conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed that the Almighty God give them the strength in these trying times.

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