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Zeliangrong organisations mourns demise

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Dimapur, Jan. 11 (EMN): Zeliangrong civil organisations comprising of Zeliangrong Baudi (Assam, Manipur & Nagaland), Zeliangrong Youth Front (Assam, Manipur & Nagaland) and Zeliangrong Students’ Union have mourned the untimely demised of Ningtangpou Kamei, who passed away on January 11.

Ningtangpou Kamei had served in different social/ civil organisations as president of Zeliangrong Union (AMN), president of Zeliangrong Baudi (AMN), and vice president of Zeliangrong Youth Front.

A joint press statement issued by ZYF president Titus Kamei, ZB (AMN) president Athuan Abonmai, ZSUM president Alunbou Newmai, and ZB (Manipur) president Poupoklung Kamei, have described him as a selfless, dedicated, and one of the leaders who had spearheaded the Zeliangrong People’s Convention (ZPC) movement. It added that he had attended many important meetings at different levels representing the Zeliangrong people at different places.

Also describing him as a man of integrity who never surrendered for the common cause of Zeliangrong people in particular and others in general, the three organisations stated that his selfless sacrifice rendered for the people would be always be remembered.

It stated that leaders of ZCOs, intellectuals and senior leaders of Zeliangrong people gathered at ZSUM office in Imphal and conducted a condolence service where a two-minute silence prayer was held for departed leader soul. The organisation further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed to the Almighty God to comfort them in their hour of grief. It also prayed for the eternal rest of the departed soul.

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