Addressing the 13th General Assembly of the National Socialist Women’s Organization of Nagalim, Ino Q Tuccu said, “You have come a long way ever since NSWON was formed on the 15th March, 1981 and you have made your presence felt in the nation building process of Nagalim.”
NSCN (I-M) chairman Ino Q Tuccu has complimented women for their vital role in Naga’s Freedom movement. “The women’s vital role was unequivocally recognized in our freedom movement as we look back into history. The task of nation building is an arduous task that involves men as much as women,” he said.
“Please remember that women are often the strongest voice with their prayerful involvement for peace and courage to stand upright at all times defending the Naga people’s rights,” he added.
Addressing the 13th General Assembly (GA) of the National Socialist Women’s Organization of Nagalim (NSWON), NSCN on the 23rd February, 2022 at the CHq, Hebron, the chairman said, “You have come a long way ever since NSWON was formed on the 15th March, 1981 and you have made your presence felt in the nation building process of Nagalim.”
“This 13th General Assembly should be used to strengthen your spirit of nationalism as we are passing through a challenging period. You have a meaningful role to play to instill courage and hope in our political struggle for our God’s given right because you are the corner stone of the Naga society.
“We need your contribution more than ever before to build a strong and vibrant Naga nation,” he said.
Acknowledging that many wonderful and inspirational women are trying their best to advance women’s role as they stand side by side with men to make more meaning of women in the Naga political struggle, he appealed to keep the spirit up. “The Naga nation owes you so much because your increasing level of political education will go a long way to unleash your power for a better future,” he said.
The chairman also urged keep in mind that women formed the political base upon which male leaders could rise up higher in the service of the nation. “You hold the logic of patriotic spirit pushing the men to go forward and never to look back in the fight for national liberation,” he said.
“On this auspicious occasion, let us remember our many fallen women who suffered martyrdom. Let us be inspired by their sacrificial spirits as they embrace death to give us a better future,” he said.
Urging the women not to shy away from these responsibilities, Tuccu reminded that women have enormous responsibilities, first to God, then to men and finally to the nation. “It is, however, important that you need to strike a balance without neglecting any of these responsibilities,” he said.