Friday, June 9, 2023

Nagaland: NPP unit resolves to support early Naga solution

National People’s Party (NPP)Nagaland resolved to unanimously support early, peaceful and acceptable solution to the long pending Naga political problem. This was among several resolutions adopted by the party during the consultative meeting held on July 29.
Calling upon state and central governments “not to stall the peace process by giving undue excuses”, NPP asked both centre and state governments to be honest in taking the right step for the benefit of the people. The party also reaffirmed its stand for solution before election and said the very essence of Naga peace talks would be “diluted in the murky waters of elections.”
NPP called upon all the political parties to take a stand on the Naga political issue and not to “play with the sentiments of the public.” At the meeting with party representatives from all the districts at the state party office Dimapur, NPP state unit president, Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema called upon partymen to remain focused and committed. He also exhorted the members to work in tandem and unity in order to lead Nagas forward economically, financially and for all-round development.
Further, the house unanimously resolved that the State NPP unit would continue to focus on issues faced by people in Nagaland. With this vision in mind, the house decided to strengthen the party’s grassroots demography. It said “certain inactive members” whose membership have expired and not renewed, were bent upon creating rifts and confusion among party members. However, NPP said “their unwarranted actions do not in any way affect the development and growth of the party”.
The house unanimously decided that any appointments and memberships undertaken before reorganisation would remain cancelled and all old memberships have to be reaffirmed with respective district representatives. State general secretary (Org), Philip Lam presented the organisational report while district presidents, convenors and secretaries shared various activities of party setup in their respective districts.
The meeting was also attended by senior advisor, Deo Nukhu and district presidents, convenors and general secretaries. The meeting was moderated by state general secy (Adm) Jacob N. Krocha, invocation by state general secy (IPR & media), David Khobung, welcome address by state advisor and Mokokchung district convenor, Lima Longchar and vote of thanks by state vice president Y. Khehoto .


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