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CM, Dy CM grieves Dr. Huskha Yepthomi’s demise

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DIMAPUR, MAY 22: Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio has expressed grief at the death of Dr. Huskha Yepthomi, Working President of Naga People’s Front, who passed away at Zion Hospital and Research Centre, Dimapur, on May 21.
In a message issued on Wednesday, Rio recalled that Huskha was a sincere and passionate leader who genuinely cared for the welfare of the people.
“His demise is a great loss, especially for the Naga People’s Front party, the Nagas and the Sumi community in particular. The emptiness created by his demise will be difficult to fill. Though it pains us that he is no longer with us, let us cherish the good memories he has left behind and celebrate his life”, the message read.
The Chief Minister extended condolences to the bereaved family members.
Dy.CM: Deputy Chief Minister Y Patton also issued a condolence message and described Huskha as a stalwart of regional politics. “In his demise, we have lost a leader which is s great loss not only for his party but the Nagas as a whole”, he said and offered condolences to the bereaved family.
Minister for Environment, Forest & Climate Change and Village Guards, CL John said Huskha was a sincere, hardworking and competent public leader. “It would therefore be very difficult to fill the vacuum caused by his death and his service to the Sumi Community in particular and to Nagas in general. Furthermore, his untiring voluntary services to society and individual will be heartily remembered by one and all”, stated a message from the Minister. He also offered condolences.
Deputy Chief Minister, TR Zeliang has also expressed grief at the demise of Huska Sumi, working president of Naga People’s Front at Dimapur after a prolonged illness.
His warmth spirit and dedication made a lasting impact on everyone who had the privilege of knowing him, Zeliang said in a condolence message. He also conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family.
NPF: The NPF has expressed grief at the demise of Dr. Huskha Yepthomi, working president, NPF, who has rendered his best of time with the party for the last 50 years since 1974.
“He was a man of courage, a very strong regionalist, and his voice matters on issues related to the Party in particular and the Nagas in general,” said NPF president, Apong Pongener in a condolence message.
“In his demise the Party has lost a grand old man who served the Party in fatherly figure which the Party shall find it difficult to fill the vacuum his demise has created,” he said while extending heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and praying for his soul to rest in eternal peace.
Leader of NPF Legislature Party has also expressed grief at the demise of Dr. Huskha Yepthomi, working president at Zion Hospital, Dimapur.
“His demise is indeed an irreplaceable loss to the party and the vacuum he created will be difficult to be filled up,” said Kuzholuzo (Azo) Nienu, Leader of NPF Legislature Party in a condolence message.
He conveyed deepest condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for his soul to rest in eternal peace.
The NPF Minority Wing expressed shock and grief at the death of “one of the tallest Naga leaders”. In a message, it extended condolences to the bereaved family.
KYK: The Kulolau Yeputhomi Kuposhukulu (KYK) has expressed grief at the demise of Huskha Yeputhomi, working president, NPF and former president of Sumi Hoho on May 21.
“The vacuum created due to his demise will be difficult to fill. However, his legacy will continue to live on through the many lives he touched,” it said.
The KYK conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for his soul to rest in eternal peace.
(Page News Service)

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