Monpa Mimang Tsogpa executive meet in Dirang

Monpa Mimang Tsogpa meet in Dirang

The newly-formed central executive body members of Monpa apex body Monpa Mimang Tsogpa (MMT) had its first consultative meeting on November 29.

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The meeting was held at Monpa Mimang Tsogpa headquarters at Dirang in Arunachal Pradesh.

Earlier, new president Dorjee Phuntso and secretary general Namgey Tsering took formal charge from the outgoing members. The simple function was marked by felicitation of the members present during the occasion.

Addressing the first consultative meeting of new central executive members secretary general of Monpa Mimang Tsogpa, Namgey Tsering expressed his gratitude for being selected as new secretary general of the Monpa apex body. He said that he will work sincerely and dedicate his strength and energy for the better development and benefits of entire monyul.

Dorjee Phuntso, new president of apex body, sought cooperation from all the new executive members and said that with teamwork one can achieve better heights of development for the society. “For the betterment of our society we should work without any expectation,” he said. He ensured his sincere and dedicated service for the welfare of society.

Matters related to Monpa society and resolutions adopted by Tawang, Khalaktang and Dirang branch of Monpa Mimang Tsogpa in their recent branch conferences were also discussed at length and further suggestions were sought from members.

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The first consultative meeting of new central executive body ended with vote of thanks from vice-president (headquarters) Monpa Mimang Tsogpa Tsering Tashi.

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