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USGOU holds 11th general session

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/24/2021 12:00:01 PM IST

United Sangtam Gazetted Officers’ Union (USGOU) held its 11th general session on November 18-19 at Longkhim ADC HQ under Tuensang district, hosted by Longkhim-Tsarü Area officers.

A press release by USGOU press & information secretary Er. Soloman C. Anar stated that the general session was graced by MLA Müthingnyüba Sangtam, MLA and Yangseo Sangtam, MLA as special guest and guest of honour respectively.

In his address, Müthingnyüba emphasised on working together with all the Sangtam legislatures so that visible and tangible progress and development are made, thus benefitting the general populace of the community. 

He also called upon the officers to be sincere and diligent in serving the government through their respective departments.

In his speech, Yangseo exhorted the officers to be torch-bearers of the community. He opined that, being an “elite group” of the community, one must be an ideal citizen so that general people are guided with vision, accountability besides, resolving any problems and issues within and outside the community with all civility. Yangseo also called upon the members to look beyond self in the greater interest of the society. 

Earlier, in his inaugural address, USGOU president Er. Alongse Sangtam challenged the officers gathered to work and lead the community, particularly the least privileged and the down-trodden thus ensuring holistic development are within the reach of the people. He also called upon the fellow officers to do self-introspection so that through one’s given position, justice was done and accountability delivered. 

Speeches were also delivered by ENPO president Tsapikyu Sangtam, USLP president Seopi Sangtam, ADC Longkhim Chubatemjen, Longkhim-Tsarü Area GB’s Association Chubngangshi Sangtam and Longkhim Town Baptist Lithro Pastor Dr. Longri Sangtam.

At the sessions, Sethrichem Sangtam of Better Life Foundation (BLF) presented a paper on, “Rural livelihood security through collective initiative” and Sepili Sangtam, advocate & former president ENSF presented a paper on, “Nagaland Reservation Policy- vis-à-vis Nagaland Staff Selection Board & Nagaland Public Service Commission.”       

In obituary reference, USGOU vice president Thsipenthe led the members in paying homage to the nine USGOU members who passed away between October 2019 to November 19, 2021.  

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