Dy. CM Patton, others mourn demise of W Chingi Phom

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 5/13/2021 1:36:33 PM IST

 State deputy chief minister (Dy. CM) and minister in charge of NPWD (R&B) Y. Patton, DC Longleng M. Shayung Phom and Phom Gazetted Officers’ Association (PGOA) have expressed grief over the demise of SDO, R&B (NPWD), Longleng, Er. Chingi Phom, who passed away on May 12.

Y Patton: Y. Patton described late Chingi as a sincere and diligent officer whose life was unfortunately cut short during his prime time.

In a condolence note, Patton said that it was a great loss for the department and the Nagas as a whole. On behalf of the department, the Dy.CM conveyed condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed to rest in peace.

Meanwhile, Dy.CM has also mourned the demise of president of BJP Kisan Morcha Dimapur district, Akato Chishi. Patton said that late Akato was a “dedicated karyakarta” whose selfless contributions and sacrifices for the party and the people would not be forgotten.

The state BLP leader on behalf of the state BJP legislators conveyed their condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed to rest in peace.

DC Longleng: In his condolence message, DC & vice chairman district planning & development board (DPDB), Longleng, M. Shayung Phom said that it was disheartening to have lost an exceptional officer and a colleague with a strong character and straight-forward nature.

He said that the memories of his wonderful personality and his contribution would be cherished by all and prayed that the Almighty bless and grant solace to the bereaved family. On behalf of the DPDB members, the DC conveyed condolences to the family members.

PGOA: PGOA described its bonafide member, Er. W. Chingi Phom as an active and senior member of the association, who contributed immensely towards the welfare of the association with his experiences and knowledge. PGOA vice president C. Henow Phom and general secretary Y. Tauhong said that the association had lost one of its best members, a sincere and dedicated officer.

Further, PGOA prayed to the Almighty to grant comfort and strength to the bereaved family members as his soul rest in eternal peace.

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