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Meeting with SAPO, Southern Angami representatives held

Ibungochoubi expressed that the North East Indigenous People's Forum (NEIPF) with the Nagaland Chapter and Nagaland Indigenous People's Forum (NIPF) is on a Goodwill Mission.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 30 Mar 2022, 7:10 pm

Representational Image (Photo: Pixabay)
Representational Image (Photo: Pixabay)

 

North East Indigenous People's Forum (NEIPF), Nagaland Indigenous People’ Forum (NIPF) held a joint meeting with Southern Angami Public Organisation (SAPO) along with representatives of Southern Angami at Kigwema, Nagaland on Wednesday.

NEIPF and NIPF were led by convenor and spokesperson of NEIPF N Ibungochoubi.

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During the meeting held at Kigwema, Ibungochoubi expressed that the North East Indigenous People's Forum (NEIPF) with the Nagaland Chapter and Nagaland Indigenous People's Forum (NIPF) is on a Goodwill Mission. He said being a representative of the Northeastern region, the meeting is to make a fervent appeal to all the communities in the region for peaceful and harmonious co-existence.

Ibungochoubi said NEIPF would like to emphasise that there is a great significance of an inherent socio-cultural and socio-economic relationship among the communities of the entire north eastern region. The forum is here to share the concerns of the affected indigenous people of the region located in the remote areas as a result of disruption or intervention on the communication systems, he added.

Further, Ibungochoubi said the livelihood of the indigenous people and their means to survive in the different geographical terrain is the most important. He further appealed to all the communities of the north eastern region to minimise human tragedies.

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President of the Southern Angami Public Organisation (SAPO), Kevipodi Sophie; Youth Representatives, Women's Organisations and other civil bodies were present.

For North East Indigenous People's Forum (NEIPF) and Nagaland Indigenous People's Forum (NIPF), Holiram Terang; Khehoto Swu; Lima Jamir; Alise Thonger; Arila Sangtam and Kangri Sangtam were present.

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First published:30 Mar 2022, 7:10 pm

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