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AIFFSO Nagaland State Unit holds general meeting

Nagaland News

Kohima, September 28: The All India Freedom Fighters & Successors Organisation (AIFFSO), Nagaland State Unit today held its general meeting at Ura Hotel Kohima.
Speaking on the occasion, North East Region Freedom Fighters & Successors Organisation, working president Neilo Koza highlighted that freedom struggle and also the 1942 Quit India movement, also known as the August movement, which was a Civil Disobediance Movement launched by launched by Mahatma Gandhi for Satyagraha (Independence).
The movement was accompanied by a mass protest on non-violent lines, in which Gandhi called for “an orderly British withdrawal from India”, he said.
The Quit India Movement was endorsed after talks between the Congress and the British had failed while Indians were urged to act as an independent nation and not follow orders of the British, Koza highlighted.
Koza also declared the new team of office bearers for AIFFSO Nagaland State Unit for the tenure 2023-2026 to be led by Zeliezhü Angami as the president. Other office bearers include working president – Kikrovi Sakhrie, vice presidents – Akiena Meru, Manyasipong Chang & Kavito V. Yeptho; general secretary – Kehoyi Rengma; secretary – T. Chonben Kikon; women coordinator – Abino Kezo; finance secretary – Tsongtsa Khiam; publicity secretary – L. Doji Tsinggr; treasurer – Yeangpong Konyak and advisors Kedou Wetsah, Yona Konyak & N. Neilo Koza.
Nagaland Chief Minister is the chief patron of AIFFSO Nagaland State Unit.
Earlier, AIFFSO, Nagaland State Unit, president Zeliezhü Angami delivered the welcome address. He informed that the body was formed in 2009 with the successors of those who had participated in the freedom struggle. He said AIFFSO State Unit works for the general welfare of the freedom fighters.
(Page News Service)