The Eastern Nagaland People’s Organisation (ENPO) will be observing ‘Black Day’ on December 4 and 5, 2022 in entire Eastern Nagaland by hoisting black flags on every house as a mark of protest against the killing of innocent civilians by security forces on December 4 and 5 last year in Mon district.
ENPO president R. Tsapikiu Sangtam and general secretary Manlang Phom said this was in accordance with the resolution adopted during the joint consultation meeting of all the federating tribal bodies and civil societies under ENPO at Longleng town on December 14, 2021.
ENPO also requested all to spend some time in prayer remembering the departed souls and their family members, and for peaceful environment to prevail in Eastern Nagaland region. Therefore, the seven tribal bodies under ENPO have been asked to inform/disseminate information to all villages and towns for a meaningful observance of the day.
Spl prayer for Dec 3 meeting with HM
In another communication to the church organizations of the seven tribes, ENPO has requested them to hold a special prayer programme for the meeting scheduled to be held in Delhi on December 3 at 4 p.m. with Union Home minister Amit Shah, vis-à-vis Statehood demand
ENPO requested the anointed spiritual leaders to initiate a special prayer programme covering all churches under their respective associations on that particular day– December 3 at 4 p.m. It also requested all bonafide members of Eastern Nagaland to join the special prayer by taking out 5 minutes wherever one may be.