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Vote NDPP for equality and justice in Ward 17: Khrielievi Chüsi

Nagaland News

Kohima, June 13: NDPP candidate for Ward No. 17 under Kohima Municipal Council (KMC), Khrielievi Chüsi today urged upon the denizens of the colony to elect him for equality and justice.
Chüsi made the appeal during his candidature dedication & blessing cum campaign kick-off programme for KMC Ward No. 17 composed of Agri, Forest, Mewibogei, Electrical and Agri-Farm Colony at the AEF Council Hall junction here.
“I am dedicated to bringing ‘equality and justice’ to the forefront of our community. These are not just words to me; they are the foundation of a fair and thriving society,” he said.
Sharing his vision for a future where every person, regardless of their background, has the opportunity to succeed and live with dignity, Chüsi said he would endeavour for everyone to have the same rights and opportunities in breaking down the barriers that hold people back owing to their race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or socio-economic status, thereby creating an inclusive society where diversity is celebrated, not feared.
“I believe in a future where every child can grow up in a world that values them for who they are, not where they come from. I believe in a society where justice is not just a concept but a daily practice,” he said.
He affirmed that together, they can strive for a vision where justice is not just an aspiration, but a reality and build a society where every person is valued and has the opportunity to thrive.
Chüsi also assured to look into the general welfare of the ward, including road, health and waste management, if given the opportunity in this election.
NDPP Kohima region president Prasilie Pienyü while wooing the electorates to vote for Chüsi said that NDPP is an ally of BJP because Nagaland needs the support of the Central government.
He said that Nagaland is a resource-crunch state and the government here would go along with whichever party comes to power in the Centre.
He also affirmed that the NDPP as a regional party is always against all forms of atrocities against the minority community.
Pienyu also affirmed that Kohima being the capital of the state and a home to all tribes, the Party has accommodated other tribes, including the minority Nepali community and distributed Party tickets to them.
He urged the people of the ward to send Chüsi to be their representative in KMC so that he, along with the ruling government, would bring about more development for the colony.
NDPP has fielded candidates in all the 19 wards and five of them have already been declared elected unopposed while the Party would have majority in KMC, he said while expressing confidence that the electorates would send Chüsi to be among them.
NDPP Advisor for School Education & SCERT and MLA Kekhrielhoulie Yhome and other leaders of NDPP as well as colony leaders also spoke in support of Chüsi.
(Page News Service)