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NPCC working president Theünuo launches campaign for Congress nominee Er Kath

Nagaland News

KOHIMA, FEBRUARY 14: In the run up to upcoming State Assembly election, Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) working president Khriedi Theünuo today kick-started the campaign of its nominee for Kohima Town Assembly Constituency, Er. Meshenlo Kath.
The kick-off programme was held at Congress Bhavan, Kohima, and attended by various Congress party workers and supporters of Kath.
In his address, Theünuo stated that the Congress party is obligated to the then Prime Minister Jawarhalal Nehru and Indira Gandhi whose support and contribution has brought statehood to Nagaland.
He further stated that Nagaland State was created through the 16-Point Agreement while its provisions were incorporated in the Constitution under Article 371 (A) of which Nagas are enjoying the fruit.
He pointed out that Congress stands for freedom of religion and safeguarding of Minorities.
He further stated that the Congress party preserves Nagas rights and always stood for Nagas in every way.
He appealed to all like-minded citizens to come forward in order to bring good governance in the state.
Contesting candidate Er. Meshenlo Kath stated that Nagaland is the only State without a medical college. Nagaland was also declared as the worst performing State in India by NITI Aayog.
He further stated that the State does not have sportsmanship as such and urged the people that instead of complaining on various social media platforms we have to think for a solution.
Furthermore, Kath stated that he wants to be in the opposition and check the system as the role of the opposition is to raise questions to the government of the day and hold the government accountable.
In this, he opined that a strong opposition is needed to check the policies and governance of the day. He said that the Congress manifesto focuses on the youth and assures to provide 0? loan for higher studies for students.
The programme ended with a vote of thanks by NPCC secretary Imkongmeren Jamir.
(Page News Service)