NDPP Ghy-II meeting held


Medziphema, May 18: With barely a week to prepare for the upcoming Lok Sabha by-election, the NDPP 5 Ghaspani-II A/C officials, core committee and other designated officials held an emergency meeting wherein the house unanimously vowed to give their utmost in the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls scheduled for May 28.
Among those who spoke during the meeting on May 18 at Ward 5, Medziphema Town included Miathou Krose, general secretary (NDPP Central), who highlighted on the numerous programmes stated in the Common Minimum Program of the PDA Government. He exhorted the gathered leaders to dwell on authentic information while canvassing for the consensus candidate who is the most capable to represent Nagas at the centre today.
Others who shared on issues related to the May 28 election included Dosau Kuotsu, president, 5 Ghaspani-II A/C, Keviyanei Tepa, vice president, Central; Gohu Vüprü, NDPP founding member; Tokihe Zhimomi, general secretary; Ashito Zhimomi, Zhatuo Kimho, regional representative, Huska Zhimomi, and senior party leaders.
Zhaleo Rio, Deputy Speaker, NLA, who is also the constituency MLA, participated in the marathon meeting whereby he urged party workers to strive unitedly for the common cause of the PDA Government and to elect the chosen candidate Tokheho Yepthomi, who can deliver the goods for Nagas.
“At this juncture when Nagas are crying for a final solution with GOI, we need leaders like Tokheho who is a man of action committed for the welfare of people”, Rio noted and went on to add that there are a number of priorities which will gradually be implemented as declared by the PDA in its Common Minimum Programme.
Speaking the common opinion of people, Rio further affirmed that religion has no relation whatsoever with politics and that “some vested interests may keep spreading propaganda of varied hues to confuse people”. He opined that religion is of the spirit unlike politics which is for developing a society or humankind and “responsible leaders should be cautious not to mislead through false principles but to guide people with wisdom and truth.” (Page News Service)