Dimapur, December 12: The Naga Hoho has expressed pain at the sudden demise of K Ghokheto Chophy, president of Naga Council Dimapur on December 11 at Apollo Hospital, New Delhi.
“He was resolute and sincerely worked for the upliftment and welfare of the people. During his life, he served the people in various capacities with utmost sincerity. His passing away is a great lost for the Naga people,” it said.
The Naga Hoho conveyed deepest condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed that the departed soul rest in the eternal peace.
TUD: The Tangkhul Union Dimapur has expressed grief at the sudden demise of Gokheto Chophy, president Naga Council.
“No one and nothing can fill the void created by the loss of our dear brother,” it said.
The union conveyed sincere condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for his soul.
DCCI: The Dimapur Chamber of Commerce & Industry has expressed shock at the untimely demise of K Ghokheto Chophy, president of Naga Council Dimapur.
“Late Ghokheto was an active and committed social worker, a trustworthy leader and someone who was always ready to lend a helping hand to others. In his untimely demise, the citizens of Dimapur and especially DCCI have lost a down-to-earth leader and the vacuum created will be difficult to fill in,” it said.
The DCCI conveyed deepest condolences to the bereaved family members, and prayed for the departed soul to rest in eternal peace.
Meanwhile, in view of the funeral service of Late Ghokheto Chophy scheduled on December 13 (Sunday), DCCI requested all business community and traders to shut down their shutters on Sunday as a mark of respect to the departed leader.
NPF MW: The Naga Peoples Front Minority Wing has expressed grief at the sudden demise of Ghokheto Chophy, president, Naga Council Dimapur.
“We have lost a committed leader and good human being,” it said.
The NPF Minoirity Wing extended deepest condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
JCPI: The Joint Committee for Prevention of Illegal Immigrants (JCPI) has grieved the sudden demise of its Convenor, K Ghokheto Chopi who breathed his last in Delhi on December 11.
Since the inception of JCPI in 2017 until his death, he led the Committee towards its goals and objectives.
The JCPI conveyed deepest condolence to the bereaved family and prayed that the Almighty God grant them courage to withstand this moment of agony and grief.
WSTH: The Western Sümi Totimi Hoho has expressed grief at the untimely demise of K Ghokheto Chophy, President, Naga Council Dimapur.
The WSTH said late Ghokheto was an active and down to earth leader who always stood for the rights of the society, including people at grassroots level.
Stating that the Nagas in general and the Sümi tribe in particular have lost a trustworthy leader, the WSTH on behalf of all the Sümi women conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
Sümi Küküpütsa: The Sümi Küküpütsa Board of Directors, Editor and Staff expressed grief and sorrow at the untimely demise of K. Ghokheto Chophy, President, Naga Council Dimapur.
Stating that the untimely demise of late Chophy has created a huge vacuum to the Nagas in general and Sümis’ in particular, the Sümi Küküpütsa said the void created by his demise is deeply felt and would be difficult to fill in.
(Page News Service)