The Nagaland unit of NCP shifted its head office from Dimapur to Kohima on Thursday. The party has opened its state head office at Jail Clony, Khima in Kohima. The office was inaugurated by the state unit president of the party Vangthungo Odyuo.
Addressing the inaugural programme, Odyuo informed that the party head office earlier established at Half Nagarjan, Dimapur has already been abandoned and so the main office of the party is shifted to Kohima with immediate effect.
The NCP along with 10 other parties signed a joint declaration on January 29 agreeing not to distribute party tickets or file nominations for the forthcoming Nagaland Assembly elections on February 27. The joint declaration on behalf of the party was signed by state unit president Vanthungo Odyuo in the presence of the Core Committee of Nagaland Tribal Hohos and Civil Organisations (CCNTHCO) in Kohima.
The declaration read: “We firmly believe that it is expedient for all the political parties, both national and regional, to come together in the greater interest of the State in solidarity with the call Solution before Election and defer the elections to the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly and allow the Naga political process to reach its logical conclusion by giving space and time to the negotiating groups to bring out an early solution.”