Dimapur, November 17: The Central Executive Board (CEB) members of the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) in-charge NDPP Tuensang Region on November 11 paid a cordial visit to the United Sangtam Baptis Lithro Association (USBLA) Yangli and briefly interacted, discussed and shared the NDPP’s principles and ideologies with the officials of the mission center in presence of Tsilise, youth secretary, Surotsala, Christian Education & Literature, Lipong, cashier, M. Sangyu, mission secretary, Selila, finance secretary and Aprei, women secretary of the Baptist Mission Center. The NDPP CEB team led by TL Merry, general secretary was accompanied by party’s Tuensang region president, L Tochi Chang and team.
Shedding light on the principles and values of the NDPP, the visiting CEB members said the party stands for peace, unity and brotherhood and it shall shun and oppose all forms of violence, discrimination and oppression, with the objective to strive for peace, universal brotherhood and promote a sense of unity and oneness in society for the good and progress of all, regardless of race, creed, gender, age, disability and religion.
The CEB team, along with the NDPP Tuensang region were on a special tour programme to visit all the assembly constituencies under the party’s Tuensang region.
“This is the first time ever that a political party visited the Mission Center, interacting and seeking God’s blessings. This is history,” remarked USBLA women secretary, Aprei.
The touring team then headed for the venue of the 52 Longkhim-Chare assembly constituency meeting and had a detail discussion and briefings over the ongoing special enrollment drive 2019.
Except 57th Thonokbyu A/C which could not be reached due to difficult road condition, all other assembly constituencies under NDPP Tuensnag Region were visited.
The visiting CEB members along with NDPP Tuensang region team also called on DC Tuensang and had a cordial discussion vis-à-vis the need for improvement of Tuensang town in particular and the District in general. (Page News Service)