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Arunachal: Tapuk Taku elected as NPP legislature party Leader

Resignation of sitting incumbent Roing MLA Mutchu Mithi on being appointed as national general secretary led to his unanimous election by MLAs Mithi, Tarin Dakpe (Raga) and Gokar Basar (Basar).


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MLA Tapuk Taku from Seppa-East Constituency has been elected as the new leader of National People’s Party ( NPP ) legislature party.  He was unanimously elected in a NPP Legislature Party meeting held here in a city hotel today.

Resignation of sitting incumbent Roing MLA Mutchu Mithi on being appointed as national general secretary led to his unanimous election by MLAs Mithi, Tarin Dakpe (Raga) and Gokar Basar (Basar).

While addressing a press briefing, Tapuk assured to work for the overall growth of the state and also for the uplift of the party. Responding to volley of questions, Mithi said that the NPP performance was only its trailer but the film is yet to surface.

Stating that they have been working with the present government for the welfare of state, he said that the NPP will extend unconditional support to the Pema-led government to work collectively for the overall development of the state.

National General Secretary, Mutchu Mithi informed that the party raised various issues concerning to the welfare of the North East India region in the recent NEDA meeting, which was attended by Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

He said particularly the issue of Citizen Amendment Bill, 2016 was raised before Mr. Shah, for the protection and preservation of the diverse culture of the region.

Asked about Article 371, Mithi clarified that though it relates to preservation of tribal culture in NE states but Article 371(H) is applicable to Arunachal Pradesh which gives special responsibility to state governor to maintain law and order.

“We are here to protect the indigenous people and we will go all out to protect the indigenous people,” he added.

Besides all NPP MLAs, national secretary Paknga Bage, state president Gicho Kabak, working president Pani Taram,  VP-cum-spokesman Nima Sange, VP Anok Wangsa and woman VP-cum-spokeswoman Washi Yalem spoke on the occasion.

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