NDPP organized a rally for its candidate in the 43-Tapi bye-election
The Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) organized a rally for Wangpang Konyak, their candidate in the 43-Tapi bye-election, in Lampong Sheanghah in the Mon district. Renowned advocates joined Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, backed by State BJP President Benjamin Yepthomi. Rio started off by expressing his sorrow for the passing of Late Noke Wangnao, the most senior member of the 14th NLA. He conveyed his appreciation to 43-Tapi Ac voters for sending Late Wangnao to the NLA on nine separate occasions.
He said that the party has given young, intelligent, and moral leaders many opportunities, and he reiterated his trust in Wangpang Konyak to carry on Wangnao’s goals and steer the state in the direction of progress. Use Google Play to download the Nagaland Tribune app. The NDPP President, Chingwang Konyak, thanked the other outgoing general election contenders for reaffirming their unity and backing of the party’s nominee. According to him, advancement and opportunity are only possible if the elected official is a member of the ruling party. The BJP’s Benjamin Yepthomi, the President of Nagaland, highlighted the two parties’ (NDPP-BJP) seat-sharing arrangement, which dates back to 2018.
He declared that the partnership was to be upheld both in word and deed. He called on the party’s members to band together in order to elect the NDPP’s intended candidate, 43-Tapi AC Wangpang Konyak, and to fortify Rio’s strong leadership and PDA. S Phangnon Konyak, a Nagaland member of parliament (Rajya Sabha), took part in the campaign as well. Moatoshi Longkumer, MLA & Advisor – Labour, Employment, Skill Development and Excise; G. Kaito Aye, Minister – PWD (Road and Bridges); C. L. John, Minister – Environment, Forest, and Climate Change; and S. Keoshu Yimchunger, MLA & Advisor – Youth Resources and Sports were among the other well-known activists. The gathering was also attended by members of frontal organizations and the CEB.