Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Zeliang, Metsubo thank supporters

A thanksgiving progarmmes for the newly elected MLAs- T. R. Zeliang (7 Peren A/C) and Metsubo Jamir (27 Mokokchung town A/C) was held on Thursday.
T. R. Zeliang, who has been allotted deputy chief minister incharge of Planning and National Highway, thanked the voters and supporters for the peaceful conduct of assembly election in his constituency- 7 Peren A/C.
Zeliang said, “I believe, it is only through the prayer support of many people”, that no violence was reported in 7 Peren A/C/.
He made this statement at the thanksgiving and felicitation programme held at his private residence at Jalukie town.
Zeliang also thanked God Almighty for His blessings for coming back to power with a “landslide victory”.
The former chief minister also thanked NDPP party functionaries led by the party region president and 7 Peren A/C and all their executives and frontal units of the constituency- Youth and Women Wing.
Zeliang said, “it is only through your tireless efforts that I have been re-elected to represent the people in the 14th Nagaland Legislative assembly”, and dedicated the victory everyone.
He further assured that being an elected leader, he will try to accomplished whatever little ways on his part and will continue with his mission and vision with the support to develop in all areas that lacked behind.
Earlier, the programme commenced with Rev. Dr. Rabi Pame invoking God’s blessings followed by an introductory speech by Iherie Ndang, ex-NDPP candidate who joined hands with T.R Zeliang during the 2023 election.
Blessing for the newly elected MLA from 7 AC was offered by Rev. Izieteilung Terieng.
Metsubo Jamir: Minister of Rural Development and SIRD, Metsubo Jamir thanked the voters of his constituency for reposing faith and electing him for the second consecutive term from 27 Mokokchung Town A/C. Speaking at the thanksgiving programme held at Sangtemla residence in Mokokchung, the minister attributed his victory to God and encouraged the Ao community to be remained united and stand together as one.
On the Nagaland Municipal Act 2001, he said that the revised act would be done soon and for which he urged the various organizations and tribal bodies specially Ao Senden to be accommodative as the government might not be able to fulfill/consider all the demands.
He further sought cooperation and support of all the stakeholders when the revised act comes into effect.
Earlier in the programme, a host of dignitaries and various representatives spoke at the programme. Rev. Temsuwati Kichu, associate pastor MTBA offered the prayer of blessing.


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