Nagaland Mourns Loss of Pioneer: First Commercial Pilot Captain John Sema Passes Away

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The Northeast state of Nagaland mourns the loss of Captain John Sema, who made history as the region’s first-ever commercial pilot. Captain Sema breathed his last on the evening of Monday, December 25, leaving a void in the aviation community.

Condolences Pour In from Nagaland Chief Minister

Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio expressed profound grief over the demise of Captain John Sema. Recognizing Captain Sema’s notable contributions, CM Rio highlighted his role in transporting the mortal remains of individuals who had passed away outside the state. The Chief Minister extended heartfelt condolences to Captain Sema’s family, acknowledging the loss of an exemplary Naga personality.

Assam Assembly Deputy Speaker Pays Tribute

Dr. Numal Momin, the Deputy Speaker of the Assam Assembly, also conveyed his sadness at the news of Captain Sema’s passing. Dr. Momin paid his respects by meeting Captain Sema’s family, offering condolences, and bidding a final farewell to the departed soul. In his tribute, Dr. Momin expressed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members, wishing Captain Sema’s departed soul eternal peace.

Remembering Captain John Sema’s Legacy

Captain John Sema, as Nagaland’s first commercial pilot, played a pivotal role in shaping the aviation landscape in the region. His dedication extended beyond flying planes; he became known for his invaluable service in transporting the mortal remains of individuals who had passed away outside the state, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of the people he served.

A Legacy Lives On

While Captain John Sema may no longer be with us, his legacy lives on in the annals of Nagaland’s aviation history. His pioneering efforts and contributions as the first commercial pilot will be remembered with reverence, marking a significant chapter in the progress of air travel in the Northeastern state.

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