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State Karate Association general meeting held



Dimapur, February 14 (MExN): The general body meeting of the State Karate Association held on February 11 at ANA-KI Building, Dimapur was attended by all affiliated Dojos in the State with the concerned Style Chiefs and presidents.
A press release issued by Sensei T. Sangtam, President & Technical Director, after thorough deliberation, the house accepted the appeal made by the President, Er.Mersen, General Secretary, Er. Pusato and Finance Secretary, Aomeren to retire from their respective post on the ground that their tenure was completed. All the outgoing officials of the Association encouraged the members to continue their fullest co-operation for the upliftment and proper growth of the art in the State. They heartily volunteered to continue to support the Association in their own capacity as and when required. Sensei Thsathriba, Karate Coach informed the house that during the tenure of the outgoing officials, the Association has bagged more than 70 medals for the State by participating in various State, National and International competitions which is an achievement to be recorded in the history of the Association.
The house deliberated on the matter of taking over the charge of the President and the General Secretary and unanimously elected Sensei T. Sangtam as the President and Sensei Lanu Imchen as the General Secretary for the next tenure. The outgoing officials were presented with mementos as token of respect and appreciation by the Association through the newly elected President and General Secretary. The meeting concluded with mass prayer invoking Gods blessing for the outgoing officials and strength to the newly elected officials.

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