Dimapur | Publish Date: 7/17/2018 12:26:20 AM IST
NDPP Tuensang mourns K. Thong: NDPP Tuensang region has expressed shock and sadness to learn of the sudden demise of K. Thong, the president of NDPP Tseminyu region. A condolence note issued by NDPP Tuensang region president, L. Tochi Chang stated that late K. Thong was well known to the NDPP party who had high calibre and brought changes with his innovative inputs. It stated that his sudden demise was a great loss to the NDPP family as well as the public of his region. NDPP Tuensang region conveyed prayers for the Almighty God to comfort the bereaved family.
NDPP Kiphire mourns K. Thong: Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) Kiphire region has mourned the demise of K. Thong president of NDPP, Tseminyu region.  NDPP Kiphire region president Tsaseto Sangtam and general secretary Khutolu A. Sema further conveyed the unit’s condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
NDPP Mon mourns K. Thong: NDPP Mon Region has expressed shock and sadness over the sudden demise of K. Thong. In a condolence message, NDPP Mon region president Tongang Konyak stated that in his demise, the party had lost a true and a capable leader who would be difficult to replace. The unit further conveyed its condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
Y. Patton mourns KK Paul Rutsa: Deputy chief minister Y. Patton has expressed deep sadness over the untimely demise of K.K. Paul Rutsa, younger brother of Peter Rutsa, State BJP vice-president, Nagaland. A condolence note from the deputy chief minister stated that late K.K. Paul Rutsa was known for his bold radical ideas and a sport and adventure lover and successful entrepreneur. Calling his demise a great loss for the Nagas, Patton said the departed was regarded for his integrity and his contribution to Naga society was immense. Patton conveyed his condolences to the bereaved family members and the Motor Sports fraternity of Nagaland and also conveyed prayers to grant solace and comfort to his near and dear ones. 
ANCSU mourns KK Paul Rutsa: The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has expressed shock at the sudden demise of senior member KK Paul Rutsa. A condolence message by ANCSU president, Katho P. Awomi stated that late Paul Rutsa was the social and cultural secretary of ANCSU for the tenure 2001-03. He described Paul as an inspiration to many youths in particular and society in general. Stating that his untimely demise has caused a huge loss to the youngsters and Naga society, the ANCSU said that his contribution towards the union would be cherished by the ANCSU family. The ANCSU also extended its deepest condolences to the bereaved family and conveyed prayers for the departed soul to rest in peace.
Wangyuh Konyak mourns Romongo’s demise : Ex MP, W. Wangyuh Konyak has expressed extreme shock over the demise of former commissioner and secretary, Romongo Jami, who passed away on July 13 at Naga Hospital Kohima. 
In a condolence message, Wangyuh Konyak stated that he first came to know late Romongo Jami when he was posted as circle officer Chen in 1978, who came at a time when the situation was tense and conflicts between the administration and national workers was at its peak. Konyak said that his services to the people of Chen area in that crucial period would always be remembered. Wangyuh on behalf of his family and the people of Chen conveyed his deepest condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
NSCN (I-M) condole demise of members: Wancho Region of the Government of the People’s Republic of Nagalim, in a condolence message, has expressed immense sorrow at the untimely demise of three Wancho national workers, namely, Pangang Gangsa ‘sergeant’ on May 25, ‘razou peyus’ Tenwang Wangsa and Acham Wangsu on July 11 in two separate incidents. A condolence note issued by MIP, NSCN (I-M) stated that the three unarmed national workers were arrested and later killed in fake encounters after being administered third degree torture by 16th Assam Rifles personnel under the command of Major KB Singh. The release stated that the sentiments of the Wancho Region national workers have been deeply hurt by the atrocities committed by the Indian Army through the Assam Rifles, and vehemently condemned the colonial act of human rights violation by the 16th Assam Rifles. Wancho national workers continue to uphold the principle of the ongoing peace process between the NSCN and Government of India, the note said. The Wancho Region of the GPRN saluted the martyred national workers who, it said, were men of standards. The note also conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members, relatives and friends and prayers for the Almighty God to grant them solace. It also conveyed prayers for the departed souls rest in eternal peace.

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