Nagaland: News Briefs, April 23, 2022 | MorungExpress


32nd anniversary of the death of AZ Phizo on April 30

Dimapur, April 23 (MExN): The Naga National Council (NNC) and the Federal Government of Nagaland (FGN) along with NBCC leaders and Naga dignitaries will observe the 32nd anniversary of the death of AZ Phizo, former Chairman of the NNC and father of the Naga Nation on 30 April 7:00 p.m. at Phizo Hill, Kohima. Therefore, the FGN asked all other Nagas to participate in the occasion.

NPAD Notifies Retirees

Dimapur, April 23 (MExN): All retirees in Dimapur, Chümoukedima and Niuland districts are informed that in the interest of elderly retirees, the submission of the health insurance form for retirees has been extended until 31 May. Nagaland Pensioners Association Dimapur (NPAD) office is only open three days a week, i.e. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Furthermore, NPAD Chairman SK Kenye clarified that “NPAD is not a government department but a voluntary social welfare organization with limited manpower which runs the office for the welfare of retirees. uniquely”. Therefore, all are requested to cooperate fully with the office staff.

EDBA condemns formation of new trade association

Dimapur, April 23 (MExN): Regarding the press release published in the local daily newspapers on April 18 regarding the secession of the East Dimapur Business Association (EDBA) and the formation of a new business association under Naharbari Dimapur, the EDBA clarified that “such act is purely self-serving in nature which will only bring discord and division within the business community and will be dealt with accordingly.EDBA, Chairman, Atoka Zhimomi, in a condemnation note, said the association will take action “against any individual under the laws set forth in his constitution for advocating such unauthorized and selfish propaganda within his jurisdiction”.

The government brings greetings from Tsükhenye

Kohima, April 23 (MExN): The Governor of Assam and Nagaland, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi sent his Tsükhenye greetings to the Chakhesang brothers and sisters and the people of Nagaland. This festival marks the end of a successful harvest year and the preparation for the arrival of spring. Professor V said it was also a time to seek God’s blessings to replenish oneself with good health and strength and a time to revive and rejuvenate before heading into hard work for the upcoming seasonal harvest. “On this occasion, I wish you all good health, peace and happy holidays”, transmitted the Governor.

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