NPP inducts new members in Nagaland state unit
The National People’s Party (NPP) on Saturday inducted new members in its Nagaland State Unit during the party’s state executive meeting.
The meeting was attended by the NPP national general secretary and Meghalaya cabinet minister, James PK Sangma and state party president Dr Andrew Ahuto, besides other senior members of the party.
Making a clarion call, Ahuto, said his vision for the NPP in the state will be "driven by action" and “the time has come to pave the way for transformation and change.” He added, “The NPP must work its way towards moulding itself into a political organisation that has the best interests of the people in mind and to lead with wisdom and a clean conscience.”
Addressing the gathering, Sangma emphasised on the need to be united in serving the interests of the people of Nagaland and Northeast as a whole. "His (Ahuto) leadership will lead the NPP to new heights and bring about necessary changes in the state of Nagaland," he said.
Sangma added that the party itself should be fashioned on the foundations of unity before it encourages and asks of others to practice the same, because "charity begins at home". With the general elections in the state only one and a half years away, Sangma exuded confidence that the NPP will provide the people of Nagaland their much-needed representative voice.
(Edited by Ibankyntiew Mawrie)
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