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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 921

BJP concerned for State’s most backward districts- Tuensang, Mon, Longlen and Kiphire

By Oken Jeet Sandham
Kohima, 13 January, (Asiantribune.com):

Nagaland Unit of BJP has opened its Central Election Office here at Kohima Saturday.BJP_Election_Centre.jpg

Formally opening the Central Election Office, former AP MP Tapir Gao, who is also BJP National Secretary, said people of Nagaland had suffered enough and time had come for peace to come to this land.

He said the BJP had been playing a very important role for bringing peace in this troubled torn State over the years. He also said peace was essential for all round development in the State and further praised State BJP leaders for their selfless services for the uplift of the people.

Also speaking on the occasion was PB Acharya who is election in-charge of Nagaland and Meghalaya. He expressed serious concern on the pathetic conditions of the State’s most backwards districts---Tuensang, Mon, Longlen and Kiphire. He said these areas were completely neglected and they were suppressed and exploited by the rulers of the State.

Assuring that the BJP, if voted to power, would do its best to see that these most neglected parts of the State taken care of and the people in the areas enjoy their shares.

Earlier State BJP President M Chuba Ao said the opening of the BJP Election Central Office at Kohima became important as all the election related matters had to be worked out from this office. He lauded the party workers for their selfless sacrifices all these years and further stated that “What the party is today” was because of their selfless sacrifices. He further urged the party workers to continue with the same spirit so that not only the party grew from strength to strength but also giving immense service to the people.

Senior State and Kohima District BJP functionaries attended the opening function.

- Asian Tribune -

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