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CPO general session held at Chesezu

Kohima, January 9: The 37th general session of the Chakhesang Public Organization (CPO) was held today at Chesezu village.
Speaking on the occasion, Advocate Timikha Koza, President, Tenyimi People’s Organization (TPO) apprised the people of Chakhesangs that under the special provision of Article 371 (A) of the Indian Constitution the land and its resources belongs to the Nagas. He urged the people of Chakhesangs to be aware of and uphold firmly the aspirations of the people taking into account that the future of the Nagas lies if our people could preserve and uphold the status given to our people as enshrined in the Constitution.
The delegates attending the session also endorsed its approval to protect and uphold the status of Article 371(A) at all cost and decided not to compromise on the special provision under any circumstance.
CPO president, Kekhwengulo Lea in his presidential address stressed on the importance of maintaining unity and peace amongst the people of Chakhesang irrespective of ranges, languages and other social aspect. Expressing his happiness over the cooperation and unflinching support of the community, Lea sought the same trend of the spirit of even in the future and together moving ahead to a higher ground of level.
Meanwhile, the CPO as part of the successful completion of its tenure reaffirmed the resolution adopted during CPO 2-days seminar on “Sustainable Development” held at Phek on September 28-29, 2018.
Under Agriculture sector, the house approved to encourage the civil society organizations to conduct career guidance on agriculture business, financial literacy, preparation of business plans etc. Under education sector, it resolved to create a platform for self reliance on employable and specialization education.
Under community unity perspective, the house resolved to remain united through tolerance, love, respect and compassion for one another at the worse possible scenario. It further resolved to continue strengthen biodiversity conservation of our ecosystem, encouraged tree plantation and preservation of water catchment area.
(Page News Service)