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NSCN(K) elect Khango Konyak as vice-chairmen

NSCN(K) vice-chairmen K Konyak along with cadres during a photo session.
IMPHAL, June 9: In a major reshuffle of the administrative reforms of the GPRN, NSCN(K) Lt.Gen.(Retd) Khango Konyak was elected as the Vice-chairman of the of the outfit recently during the end week of last month through the people’s council vote of majority.
According to an official statement issued by the SS Khaplang, Chairman National Socialist Council of Nagaland mentioned that the newly elected vice chairman Lt.Gen.(Retd) Khango Konyak was illustrious in his carrier as a military man and served the nation in different capacities.
He was first enrolled in the Naga Army in the year 1963. Later in the  year 1966, he was sent to Pakistan under Alee (Foreign) command. He had also visited China in the year 1976. Lt. Gen. Konyak as a true and brave soldier has commanded the Naga Army, in various capacities as Mobile commander, Battalion, Operations as well as Brigade Commander, the release added. It is also mentioned that, he has also served as Council Guard Commander in the year 1985 and GSO-II (General Staff Officer) in the year 2004 at General Head Quarters (GHQ).
Apart from military services, in the year 1989 he was selected to the  post of Chairman, Konyak Region. He has also served as the president of the Tuensang-Mon Regional Union. Lt. Gen. (Retd) Konyak who had steadfastly stood for the rights of the Naga people selflessly through all thick and thin was finally elected to the people`s council as Central Council Member (CCM). He was later inducted as the Kilo Kilonser, GPRN for his dedication and commitment, release added.
Today, his efficiency accompanied with vast experience has help him elect as the Vice- Chairman of the Party on this day the 20th day of May, 2011. Lt.Gen (Retd) Konyak in addition to his office as the Vice-chairman will continue to look after the Ministry of Home Affair`s of the outfit with immediate effect, the release added.



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