Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Prepared to strengthen NH: TPO

Kohima, June 28: Tenyimi Peoples’ Organization, in a Presidential Council meeting held here at Tadubi Town Hall on June 23, has extended its support to the ongoing Indo-Naga political dialogue for an expedited settlement which is honourable and acceptable to all concerned parties.
On the Naga Hoho issue, the house viewed that the impasse within the Naga Hoho, which is detrimental to the cause of the Naga people, is regrettable and negates the very purpose of the Hoho. It nevertheless expressed that TPO stands unbiased and wholly prepared to strengthen the Naga Hoho, as it (TPO) is committed to the cause of Naga people living together.
The members of the house also noted that the differences of unions of taxis plying on NH29 is causing immense hardship to the people and therefore the house decided that TPO should take up the matter and resolve the issue at the earliest.
In the light of the Ura Academy developing Tenyidie language and literature, the house felt that it should be inclusive and promoted in all Tenyimi areas as it belongs to all the 10 Tenyimi tribes.
This year, the tenure of the office bearers of the TPO is also coming to an end and therefore the house decided to constitute a search committee for the next tenure. While the matter has been endorsed by to the TPO officials to constitute the same, it was agreed in principal that the president of the TPO Constituent Organization shall be made the members of the said committee.
For the conference that is to be held on the expiry of the executive tenure, a month time has been fixed for interested constituent/subordinate organizations to propose for the same.
The house also decided to constitute a Constitution Amendment Committee with President Kekhwengulo as convener, Secretary Admin (TPO) Ashiphri as member and General Secretary (TPO) Vipopal as Ex-Officio secretary.
During the meeting a minute of silence was also observed in memory of Ex-President of Mao Council Lt. Mathibo Dilli who expired recently.
The meeting was hosted by Mao Council.
(Page News Service)