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NSF general conference from May 8

Correspondent Kohima, APR 30 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/30/2019 11:15:49 AM IST
Naga Students Federation (NSF) is all set to hold its 28th general conference under the theme “For a just future” from May 8-11 at Bhandari Town, Wokha. The conference will be hosted by Lotha Students Union.
Addressing media persons at NSF office on Tuesday, convener, organizing committee, S. Supongmeren Jamir said, that the four days conference include debate on the topic “The Naga political dialogue is in the right direction for a secure and just future” and a brainstorming session on “The Naga journey-Hope and Challenges”.
NSF president, Kesosul Christopher Ltu who also addressed the press meet, called upon all the Naga youth beyond borders to come forward to share their concern and work together to structure a Naga future in the realms of fairness and justice. 
North East Students Organisation (NESO), All Assam Students Union (AASU), All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) including Eastern Naga Students Federation (ENSF) will also be participating in the conference.
NSF also further informed that a total of 2000 delegates are expected to partake in the programme with 150 officials and dignitaries and 1400 students from its 14 federating units. 
NSF president was optimistic that through this conference it hopes to make big change to the ongoing political aspirations of the people.
Meanwhile, NSF has informed all its federating units to bring in writing in about 100 words on how it envisage for the future adding that it hope to bring all the people together and get their views.
The conference will be graced by state chief minister, Neiphiu Rio; deputy chief minister, Y. Patton; minister PWD, Tongpang Ozukum; advisor Mmhonlumo Kikon; leader of opposition, T.R Zeliang and minister of PHED, printing and stationery, government of Manipur, L.Dikho.
The panelists for the brainstorming session are secretary general NPMHR, Neingulo Krome; envoy to the collective leadership & coordinator, Working Committee NNPGs, Alezo Venuh and executive member, Steering Committee, NSCN/GPRN, V. Horam.
 

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