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Norman Putsure no more; condolences pour in



Dimapur, April 27 (MExN): Nagaland’s Home Minister Imkong L. Imchen today expressed shock over the sudden demise of Norman Putsure, IAS, Commissioner & Secretary to the Government of Nagaland. Norman Putsure, IAS, Commissioner & Secretary for Social Welfare passed away in Delhi today.
Stating that he had known the late officer since the early 1970s, Imchen described him as a personal friend and stated that it was “very difficult to accept his premature and sudden demise”. “He was one Naga officer who understands the dynamic of all the issues that comes for his perusal in the governmental level and will always give solution with humanness”, Imchen stated and expressed his family’s condolence and prayed that God Almighty will shower solace and courage to meet this awesome bereavement”.
Congress Legislature Party Leader Tokheho Yepthomi, the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and the Angami Public Organization (APO) also issued separate condolences.
“In his demise, the state has lost a senior officer who always showed utmost dedication in his work for the welfare of the people.
The CLP leader on behalf of the Congress (legislators) conveys his heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family,” the CLP leader said in a condolence message received here today.
Also, the NSF extended condolences on the demise of Norman Putsure. “His demise has created a vacuum in the Naga society, which will be difficult to fill. The NSF conveys heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members and pray to the Almighty to grant solace and strength to them at this hour of grief and also eternal peace to the departed soul,” the NSF’s message said.
The Angami Public Organisation (APO) has also expressed shock and grief on hearing of the sudden demise of Norman Putsure, at Dr. B.L. Kapoor Hospital, Delhi after a brief period of ailment. “On his passing away we have lost a vibrant, dedicated and principled gentleman who is totally committed and sincere in his duties as a public servant and to the cause of the upliftment of Nagas in general”, stated a press condolence issued by the APO General Secretary Vipopal Kintso.
“A vacuum has been created in our society which will be difficult to fill for quite some time- a profoundly felt lost especially for the Angami community. The APO prays that the almighty grant solace and strength to the bereaved family members and mitigate the suffering and pain of losing their most dear one. And, may his soul find eternal peace”.


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