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Kiruphema General Council holds thanksgiving for Minister Kruse’s success

Kruse Kiruphema

Kohima, May 6: The Kiruphema General Council (Peducha, Kiruphema Basa and Kiruphema Bawe) today organised a thanksgiving programme for Minister Women Resource Development & Horticulture Salhoutuonuo Kruse at Peducha Village Council Hall.
Speaking on the occasion Kruse thanked the People of Kiruphema for their help and support extended towards her victory. She also expressed gratitude to Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio for his concern and constant support, and all NDPP party ranks and files.
“This win is the first step of the journey ahead of us,” said Kruse while assuring to do whatever is possible from her end to uplift the people. Through unity we can do and achieve great things, she said.
She highlighted in brief the goals of the Women Resource Department and Horticulture saying that the departments are mainly to help women towards self sustenance by improving the source of livelihood.
Kruse also emphasised on the importance towards reviving traditional weaving towards large scale production through use of modern machinery.
She also encouraged flower growers adding the plans are on the pipeline to construct marketing sheds along the highway of Zubza to enable women farmers and flower growers of the western Angami areas to do business. She also informed about the flower seeds and vegetables that are available for those interested.
Chairperson of Kiruphema Women Organisation Pfülhouzhüno Visienyü congratulated Kruse for creating history by being the first woman cabinet minister.
She also stated that women of today are just, if not, more productive as men in almost every area of life and making significant contributions that are changing society.
Congratulating Kruse, Chairman of the three villages, Kiruphema Bawe , Kiruphema Basa and Peducha Village expressed confidence that she will fulfill the much needed change not only in Western Angami but the Nagas as a whole.
Also highlighting some urgent basic requirements in the area like good roads, health centres, farmers educational tours etc, they hoped that those would be fulfilled in due course of time.
(Page News Service)