Dimapur, Aug. 6 (EMN): President of National People’s Party (NPP) Nagaland, Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema has called upon the party workers to strive for positive transformation by electing only virtuous, honest and people-centric candidates in the upcoming elections, while guaranteeing ripples of changes if elected to power in the next urban local bodies and state assembly elections.
Dr. Ahoto stated this during a consultative meeting of the NPP Dimapur district with the state parent body held at Cafe Mitron in Dimapur on August 6. He opined that the present generation should take control of the future so that the next generation could enjoy their lives without having to worry about all the basic amenities that are lacking at present.
Dr. Ahoto felt that the dedicated efforts of the public including the NPP party workers could redeem the state from lack of basic facilities such as good roads, drinking water, electricity, medical colleges etc. He also lamented that Nagaland is one of the most underdeveloped states and has the highest number of unemployed youths, stated an update from NPP media cell.
He concluded by calling upon the party workers to work tirelessly under the party’s inspirational and undying motto of ‘One voice, One Northeast.’
Other speakers who spoke on the occasion included Pinky Sukhalu, vice president-cum-spokesperson of state women wing; Heto Achumi, vice president of state NPYF; and Ranjit Singhvi, state advisor of minority cell.
During the discussion hour, several agendas including candidature for the upcoming election, party membership drive, strategies to be followed for the next assembly polls etc. were discussed.
The meeting was chaired by Rocky Ngullie, NPP Dimapur district general secretary (organisation). The meeting was attended by around 200 NPP party members from Dimapur-I, Dimapur-II, and Dimapur-III constituencies along with the NPP district youth, women and minority members.
The meeting concluded with a vote of thanks delivered by Imnashin Jamir from the Dimapur district NPYF.
It mentioned that the meeting was part of the 8th leg of a district tour carried out by the state parent body along with its frontal bodies. The parent body officials led by the state president had visited Phek, Wokha, Kiphire, Mon, Peren, Zunheboto and Mokokchung districts.