KOHIMA: The inaugural session of the 28th General Conference of the Naga Students Federation was held at Bhandari Town, Wokha on Thursday.
Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio in his opening remark lauded the arrangements made for the conference and called upon the student community to remember and honour all the pioneers who made untold sacrifices to enable the present generation to carry on the mantle of the Naga people, stated a press release.
He also said that the federation pioneers had struggled hard and faced every obstacle through the most difficult times of the Naga Movement. Their vision to bring the Nagas together and uphold oneness and unity, preserving and promoting Naga culture and tradition, fighting for the welfare of the students’ community and their concern for social issues throughout the times is laudable.
The NSF being the apex body of the students’ community, is one of the most respected civil society organizations in Nagaland.
Reminding that the youth and the students’ fraternity are the backbone and foundation of all societies in today’s world, the Chief Minister said that there is nothing that should be out of reach for any individual.
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