JDU supports early settlement of Naga political issue

Nagaland JDU officials along with party workers pose for a photo after the meeting in Medziphema on August 12.

Dimapur, August 13 (EMN): The Nagaland unit of the Janata Dal United (JDU) has informed that his party leadership is serious in seeking a permanent solution to the Naga political problem at the earliest.

The Nagaland JDU made the statement during a meeting held at the residence of its party general secretary, Kitoho S Rotokha under Assembly constituency 5 Ghaspani II, on August 12. The program was chaired by Khezheto Rochill.

A party update said the meeting was addressed by state party secretary Holuvi Awomi; State Secretaries General, Imsumongba Pongen and Kitoho S Rotokha.

While addressing the assembly, the leaders stressed the need for stronger secular accreditation. They said that Nitish Kumar, the chief gentleman of Bihar, was keen to resolve the Naga political issue at the earliest by stating that he had shown party sincerity both inside and outside parliament at various occasions.

Further, Nitish Kumar urged the members to work vigorously towards a common goal and build strong foundations in the state of Nagaland.

A party update said that representatives from Kuhuboto region, Ato region, Medziphema region and Sakipheto region led by Ijeho Zhimomi, GB leader of Pherima, spoke in favor of the formation of the party in the constituency of the assembly 5 Ghaspani II (mandal).

Meanwhile, the party has appointed its officers under 5 Ghaspani-II AC for the 2022-25 term led by Khezheto Rochill from Lotovi village as chairman, Zhekiye Yeptho from Hekheshe village as vice chairman, Hotoshe Jimo from Nihokhu Village as General Secretary, Sutminlal Vaipei from Maova Village as Deputy General Secretary, M Ato from Showuba Old Village as Treasurer.

In addition, he elected Vitoho Chishi from Luzheto Village, Ashiho Achumi from Khughovi Village, Kheshito Yeptho from Henivi Village, and Avito Chishi from Nihokhu Village as councillors.

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