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Join hands for peace process: Pusa

Former president of NPCC, K V Pusa (C) along with GB’s and villagers of Kidima on Monday.
Published on 13 Apr. 2010 1:32 AM IST
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Senior congress legislator and former president of NPCC, K V Pusa on Monday said to facilitate the ongoing peace talks, all political parties cutting across party affiliations must come together to work in the larger interest of Naga people.
Addressing the gathering at Kidima village after inaugurating the new sub-centre, Pusa said all 60 legislators have come together to work and facilitate the current peace process in the interest of Naga people. He also said the objective of coming together of 60 MLAs was also to usher in faster development in the state through peace.
He said development could only come when there is peace in society and this the Naga lawmakers have taken this into consideration. Pusa said though there is NPF led DAN government in Nagaland, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government at the centre is working sincerely to bring development to the doorsteps of the people. He therefore urged them to avail the welfare programmes and development given to them by the UPA government.
He also urged the people of Kidima to thank the department of health and family welfare for the sub-centre and appealed to make best use of the centre.
He further said the centre will usher in basic medical health facility to the villagers.
Pusa donated Rs. 5 lakhs towards Kidima village council and Rs. 1 lakh to the women society.
He also encouraged the womenfolk of the village to work hard towards empowerment of women stating that empowerment of women is imperative in Naga society too. He happy to see Naga women taking up different ventures alongside with men in Naga society.
Later Pusa also inspected ongoing construction of Village Council Hall, Kidima Baptist church and construction of road to Catholic Church.

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