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Cultural competition marks YTC session
Correspondent PUNGRO,APR 20 (NPN)
Published on 21 Apr. 2010 12:02 AM IST
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: Minister for Road & Bridges Kaito Aye, on Tuesday appealed to the Yimchungrü Tribal Council to be a welfare organization and not political organization so as to create a congenial peaceful atmosphere amongst Naga society.
Speaking as chief guest at 59th general session of Yimchungrü Tribal Council here at Pungro Town, Kaito Aye said Yimchungrü Tribal Council was one of the most senior tribal communities in the history of Naga society and urged to contribute with positive response in every developmental aspect for the welfare of the society.
Kaito also said Yimchungrü tribe fought and struggled for the cause of Naga nation adding, Naga should be united and must fight for Naga sovereignty’ with one common platform towards the Naga political movement.
The chief guest also pointed out that, education and civilization reached late in the backward areas however, with the 25 % job reservation and other reservations people were being supported and asked the community to contribute to the society in every way.
Parliamentary secretary IPR, Eco & statistical R. Tohanba, ENPO General Secretary Wongto Toshi also spoke at the session. Cultural dances were the main highlights of the session as four cultural clubs, Kuthur, Thanamir, Chomi and Kemifu cultural club Tuensang Town participated at various competitions.
Pungro villages, Salomi village, Yimchungrü Union Kohima Town also presented special number at the session. The discussion hour was held in the afternoon which was chaired by Yanba Showuba, chairman Executive council YTC.

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