Arunachal

Arunachal: Bengia Tolum elected NES president for the fifth time

This is the 5th time in a row that Bengia Tolum has been re-elected as the NES president and he is also the longest serving president.


Wessang (Seppa)

Bengia Tolum and Heri Maring retained the position as the president and general secretary of Nyishi Elite Society (NES) respectively in the 12th general conference cum election of the organisation held in Wessang here on last Tuesday.

This is the 5th time in a row that Bengia Tolum has been re-elected as the NES president and he is also the longest serving president. This is the second term of Heri Maring as the NES general secretary.

While thanking the people, NES president Bengia Tolum sought the public help to work for the people of Nyishi community in the state. He said that despite having much qualified and talented youths, the youths are yet facing the problem of unemployment.

“We are qualified in all aspects but we need to work together for much better society and eradicate all the evils thoughts surroundings us,” he said while informing that there are few works that need to be completed as being the NES president again.

Tolum assuring to work for the dignity and integrity for the Nyishi community, he also appealed the people to support him so that every issues pertaining to the tribe can be solved amicably and with togetherness.

“It is because of Nyishi that we exist, not because of we people that Nyishi exist,” he said while appealing the youths to learn and take along the tradition, culture and practices.

Speaking to the reporters, Tolum said that there are many things which need to complete. The early construction of Nyishi heritage and complete the under constructed NES secretariat building will be my next priority, he added.

Meanwhile, NES GS Heri Maring also thanking the people for reposing him as GS of the premiere organization said that he will work to the fullest for maintaining peace and tranquility.

He said that various development prospects in the Nyishi dominated district need special care along with preserving the tradition and culture.

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