NPP Nagaland unit members with MP from Meghalaya Agatha Sangma in Shillong on June 10. (Photo courtesy: NPP Nagaland)
DIMAPUR, JUNE 12 (MExN): The National People’s Party (NPP), Nagaland unit headed by its president, Ato Yepthomi along with the state executive members and state youth leaders met Lok Sabha MP from Sabha Sushri, Agahata Sangma in Shillong on June 10.
“The state leaders highlighted the strong confidence the party has towards her leadership and her unflinching commitment to the people and its land, the representation of a Pan Northeast Identity and voice for the tribal community, minorities and vulnerable section of the society,” said a press note from NPP Nagaland.
“The concept of ‘one voice, one northeast’ would enable people from all different states despite the cultural and language barriers to have a common belonging and co-exist, thereby providing a unanimous political platform as an identity to represent and shelter,” it added.
The Nagaland NPP leaders further elaborated on the concerns and challenges the party faced in the state, nonetheless with an “unmoved and deeply committed spirit to work towards the vision of a better and brighter developed North Eastern Union.”
Sangma meanwhile reportedly expressed her delight in meeting Nagaland unit of the NPP and “assured her sincere commitment in continuing to consciously work for the people of Nagaland and Northeast.”
The press release also stated that Sangma “reaffirmed that she will surely make use of the voice people have entrusted on her.” She further encouraged the party members to stay committed to the party’s vision “which is the guiding force in achieving the much required common dream for a Pan Northeast Political Party which will truly represent the people to work for the larger good.”
She also committed to take up issues relating to socio-economic development, political environment, education and most importantly “support the ongoing Naga Peace talks for an early conclusive solution wherever and whenever necessary.”