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Organisations and leaders extend condolences

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/10/2021 1:19:27 PM IST

Minister planning & co-ordination, land revenue, parliamentary affairs, Neiba Kronu has expressed grief over the demise of Pfutsero Government College assistant professor, Tavezo Theluo, who passed away on June 9.

In a condolence note, Kronu described the late professor as a humble, dedicated and God fearing officer who rendered his best services to the community through his selfless service in various capacities and worked tirelessly to uplift the community.

While maintaining that the people had lost a young and dynamic leader, Kronu conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members. 

CSF: Chakhesang Scholars Forum has expressed grief over the untimely demise of its general secretary, Tavezo Theluo. 

In a condolence note, CSF chairman Dr. Zavise Rume described late Tavezo as one of the active founding members of the Forum. “During our several interactions, he had expressed great visions of the Forum and with that vision, we decided to promote healthy interactions among Chakhesang scholars, intellectuals and teachers”, it said. 

CSF said that in his demise, it had lost a resourceful scholar, dedicated teacher and a dynamic young and upcoming leader whose vacuum would be hard to replace and the legacy left would be cherished forever. 

Further, CSF conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed that the Almighty would grant them peace, comfort and strength to bear the loss.

KTC: Khiamniungan Tribal Council has expressed grief over the demise of its former joint secretary, K. Suthem, who passed away on June 10. 

In a condolence note, KTC president M Thankou and general secretary NSM Pakhiu said that that late Suthem served as joint secretary from 2017 to 2020 with sincerity and dedication.

In his demise, KTC maintained that the community had lost a true and able leader, whose contributions would be remembered forever. 

KTC conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members.

NNDPP Noklak region: Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party, Noklak region has mourned over the untimely demise of K Suthem, who was the husband of president, NDPP Noklak region women organisation, Sujang. 

In a condolence note, NDPP Noklak region president P Peem Shiu and general secretary T Tangsoi described him as a leader of different civil society organisations who served to the best of his abilities. 

It also said that in his demise, the party had lost a seasoned leader. The party conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family. 

NSCN (R): NSCN (R) has expressed grief over the demise of advisor to the collective leadership, ‘maj (retd)’ Joseph Anal, who passed away on June 7.

In a condolence note, NSCN (R) through its MIP said that Joseph Anal was “one of the senior most Naga national leaders, who joined the Naga national movement in 1981 and served the “nation” for 40 plus years under various capacities and defended the cause till his last.”

In his demise, NSCN (R) said that the group had lost “an experienced and dynamic senior leader, a gallant torchbearer, a true frontrunner”, adding that the void created would be very difficult to fill.

It further conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and loved ones, and prayed that God would provide them comfort and solace during this time of grief.

 

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