Taram says will make state NPP stronger

ITANAGAR, Aug 26: The newly appointed working president of the state unit of the National People’s Party (NPP), Pani Taram, said he would work towards building the party’s organisation in the state in a bigger way.
Addressing NPP leaders and workers at the party’s office here on Monday, Taram said he would provide “every possible support for strengthening the party organization in the state.”
State NPP president Gicho Kabak expressed hope that Taram would responsibly carry out the task of strengthening the party in the state. He also highlighted the NPP’s achievements in Arunachal in the last two years.
Several other NPP leaders were also present at the meeting.
Earlier, on behalf of NPP national president Conrad K Sangma, Kabak handed over to Taram the order appointing him as the working president of the party’s state unit.