Ramongo Lotha passes away

DIMAPUR, JUL 13 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/14/2018 12:12:14 AM IST
Retired bureaucrat Ramongo Lotha on Friday at Naga Hospital Authority Kohima after a brief illness. 
Ramongo, IAS (Retd) joined government service as an NCS officer in 1981 in the rank of circle officer and served in various administrative circles and departments. He retired as secretary. He also contested the recently concluded General Assembly Elections 2018 from 39 Sanis Assembly Constituency on JD(U) ticket.
Nagaland chief minister, Neiphiu Rio, and deputy chief minister, Y Patton, have expressed grief over the demise of Ramongo Lotha. In his condolence message, chief minister Neiphiu Rio recalled their numerous interactions over the years and said he found late Ramongo to be a highly capable and dedicated officer who discharged his duties to the best of his ability. 
In his demise, Rio said the state has lost a good soul whose contributions to the society as an officer would be remembered even in the days to come. 
Extending condolences to all members of the bereaved family in this hour of grief, the chief minister prayed that Almighty God bestow His grace and strength upon them to bear this profound loss.
In a condolence message, Patton expressed anguish and pain over the loss of “a dear friend with whom I had a long time tested association.
Deputy chief minister described late Ramongo as a simple, humble, kind hearted and a cheerful human being, who always had the courage to stand up and speak the truth and had a huge concern for the welfare of the people. “Though he gone from our sight yet he will never be gone from our hearts,” Patton said, adding that in his death the state has “lost a gem of a person” and the void created by his demise would be impossible to fill.
Further, Patton extended his deepest condolences to the bereaved family and prayed that the Almighty God grant them strength and comfort during this difficult time.

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