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CM, Organisations, NPGs extend condolences

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 5/18/2021 1:29:22 PM IST

 State chief minister, Neiphiu Rio has expressed grief over the sudden demise of former president of Lotha Eloe Ekhung Dimapur (LEED) and wife of NDPP general secretary TL Merry, Elizabeth Merry who passed away on Tuesday.

In condolence note, Rio described late Elizabeth as a selfless person who always worked for the welfare of the people, especially those belonging to the marginalised sections of society. While stating that she made sincere efforts towards women development and empowerment, the CM said that her demise was a great loss to the family as well as the Lotha community.

Further, Rio extended his condolences to the bereaved family and prayed that the Almighty would grant them peace and solace.

Y Patton: Dy. CM and BLP leader Y. Patton in a condolence note described late Elizabeth as one of the strong pillars for Naga women organisations and that in her demise, the Naga women had lost a wise advisor. The Dy. CM conveyed his sympathies to the bereaved family and prayed for eternal peace of the departed soul.

Chingwang Konyak: NDPP president Chingwang Konyak on behalf of his family and the rank and file of NDPP conveyed their condolences and prayers to the family of late Elizabeth. Chingwang Konyak said that it was devastating to lose a wife, a mother and grandmother, yet he hoped that the memories would be forever cherished in their hearts.

NCD: Naga Council Dimapur (NCD) expressed sorrow over the demise of its former senior councilor late Elizabeth Merry.

A condolence note through its vice-president (adm) Etsungmomo Kikon and general secretary Thsapongkyu Sangtam prayed for the bereaved family to find solace in the Almighty as the soul rests in peace.

NWD: Naga Women Hoho Dimapur (NWHD) has expressed deep pain over the demise of NWHD advisor, late Elizabeth Merry. NWHD said late Merry was serving as NWHD advisor from 2019 till date with outmost sincerity. In her passing, NWHD said the hoho in particular and the society in general had lost an eminent leader and that her service to the society would be cherished. NWHD has conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.

LSU: Lazami Students’ Union (LSU) has mourned at the demise of former president, Khezakeno welfare society, Kohima late Pfüche Koza who passed away on May 17, at NHAK.

In a condolence message, LSU president Khuvishe Swu described late Pfüche as a kindhearted and visionary hardworking leader who was at the forefront of strengthening brotherhood ties between the people of Lazami and Khezhakeno village.

RCN: Rongmei Council Nagaland (RCN) in a condolence note through its RCN president Chingkhiulung Gonmei and general secretary Kidongam Panmei said that the untimely demise of a sincere and dedicated leader was not only lost to for Chakhesang brothers alone but a lost for the entire Naga society.

CPO: Chakhesang Public Organisation (CPO) has mourned the demise of Western Chakhesang Hoho treasurer late Shekhoyi Neinu and late Pfüche Koza. CPO said it was unfortunate to part with them when their service was much sought not only in the capacity they served, but to a greater horizon where they would much contribute towards the community with their extra insight. CPO while conveying condolences to the bereaved families prayed that the Almighty grant solace and comfort and for the departed souls to rest in eternal peace with the Lord.

ENNWU: Eastern Naga National Workers union (NSCN/GPRN) in a condolence note through its convener Moba Chang (CLM) said that the untimely demise of late K. Imlong Chang MLA had created a void for the people of eastern in particular and the Nagas in general. It said that the people had lost another great fatherly figure and the tallest leader whose absence would be hard to replace. The ENNWU conveyed its condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed to the Almighty to grant solace to the departed soul as he rests in peace.

NSCN (I-M): NSCN (I-M) has expressed grief over the demise of ‘col’ Imtimeren Jamir, Naga army of the general headquarters (GHq), Naga army on May 16, who was from Mangmetong village under Ao region. He enrolled in the Naga national service in 1988. In a condolence note through its MIP, NSCN (I-M) said that he served the “Naga nation” with unwavering patriotism until his demise and the void created by his demise would be deeply felt and difficult to fill in. It also said that the office of Longvibu, Naga army posthumously bestowed him the rank of ‘brigadier’ on the May 17 in recognition of his service. Further, NSCN (I-M) conveyed its condolences to the bereaved family members and for his soul to rest in peace. 

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