Officials and participants during the NPP Nagaland State first annual general meeting for 2023 held at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur on March 30.
Dimapur, March 31 (MExN): National People’s Party (NPP), Nagaland State first annual general meeting for 2023 was held at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur on March 30. The meeting was attended by senior leaders along with officials of the State Women Wing, State National People’s Youth Front (NPYF) and district units.
Delivering the presidential address, State President, Dr Andrew Ahoto Sema maintained that NPP has shown an upward trend since 2017 and have been representing the people’s cause despite all the odds.
“Cohesion, symbiosis and loyalty as the key factors for the success of any organization including the NPP,” he said while calling upon the party men to maintain the decorum of the party, NPP press release stated.
According to the NPP release, the meeting gets due prominence especially in the backdrop of the success of the party in the General Election, whereby NPP won 5 Assembly Seats.
Dr Andrew opined that despite many challenges, upheavals and turmoil in the past, he and his team were able to take forward the principles of the party with utmost loyalty and integrity even when there were literally no MLAs in the party and without much help or resources. He therefore encouraged the gathering to remain firm in the party ethics and principles and take the legacy of the party forward through coordinated efforts.
All the districts units unanimously reposed their confidence upon the State President and decided to give their utmost support “because of his elemental role towards the growth of the party.” They further called upon all party men to work with a common mindset and not seek undue opportunities.
Earlier, welcome address was delivered by Jacob N Korcha, State General Secretary (Admin), Organizational Report by Philip Lam, State General Secretary (Org); invocation by David Khobung, State General Secretary (IPR & Media). A motivational talk for youths entitled ‘Youth Empowerment’ was also given by Justin Lotha, General Secretary (Admin) of NPYF, Nagaland. Various representatives of districts, state advisors and other leaders also spoke during the occasion.
During the business session, the house deliberated on current issues of the party including post-poll analysis, strengthening the party and various proposals to be sent to the party high command. The house resolved that “there should not be any change of guard at the State level especially at a time when the party has seen such an epochal success which has solely been possible due to the immense sacrifice and consistent efforts of the State President and his team.”
The closing remarks and vote of thanks was proposed by Dr Thungbeni Ngullie, President, State Women Wing, NPP Nagaland. The meeting concluded with closing prayer by Nino, District Women Wing President of NPP, Mon district.