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RPP completes 20 days of “Walk to Save Nagaland”

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DIMAPUR, MARCH 12: The Rising People’s Party (RPP) has completed 20 days of its “Walk to Save Nagaland” on March 12. The RPP team has so far covered a distance of about 600 kms on foot, out of the estimated 1200 kms, which will circle the entire State of Nagaland.
The RPP team of walkers and support left Tobu town in the morning of Day 20 and will be camping at the banks of the Yongmon River at Yangching village under Longleng District, adding another 36 kms to the mileage. The team has so far walked through the roads of Dimapur, Chumukedima, Peren, Kohima, Phek, Kiphire, Shamator and Tuensang districts, crossing many towns and villages, said a RPP release.
RPP said during the advancement of the walk, the team has been stacked with numerous approbation and also contributions of cash and kind from villagers and passersby. RPP leaders mentioned that they have held a lot of fruitful interactive discussions with villagers and church leaders during the walk during which they got an opportunity to listen to grievances and receive first-hand information about the living conditions of the people. The team also accentuated the lack of basic amenities such as good roads and bridges in many of the areas, which is a deprivation of the rights of the people.
Meanwhile, the team has appreciated the selfless hospitality received from the people so far and requested the people to continue holding steadfast in their hopes on the RPP.
The RPP also appealed to the people of Nagaland to remember the team in their prayers for good health and God’s protection as they continue walking in their quest for a “Renewed Nagaland”.
(Page News Service)