More than 60 youths join National People’s Party
ITANAGAR: Under the leadership of National People’s Party (NPP) state youth front president Bage Kamsi, more than sixty youths from different districts of the state joined the party in an official joining ceremony held at the party office here at Itanagar on Thursday.
Kamsi, who is also running a campaign called “Mission Clean Elections” during the interaction to the youths of the party urged to refrain themselves from the money culture during the elections. “NPP being the second largest political party in the state is the most virgin and corruption free party in the state dreaming for the unification of Northeast, Indian Nationalism, and Regionalism and to protect the rights and privileged of Tribal of the Country are its main ideology,” he said. All the state youth executives of NPP Youth front were present on the day where state Secretary Tomar Ete and General Secretary Kokar Ronya also interacted with the new party members and highlighted on party ideology.