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Nakshou villagers resolve to monitor government funds
Published on 12 Sep. 2010 12:15 AM IST
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Nakshou village, in commemoration of its “black day” of August 7, 1957, formed Nakshou Theological Fellowship (NTF) under Rev. T. Chongshen, pastor Khudei and organized a seminar on “forgive and forget gathering” from August 6-8.
A press release issued by Police Church pastor Akang Chang stated that the village observe August 7 each year in mourning for loss of innocent lives, however this year the Nakshou Theological Fellowship and core departments of the village who participated in the seminar decided to make a new commitment to walk forward instead of recalling “past bitterness”.
He stated that the programme concluded with the village council resolving to maintain total transparency in monitoring government funds and to broaden link road from junction to the village by 2011, while school teachers and education board resolved to be regular in their duties, faithful in tithing to the church and to administrate teaching staff honestly and utilize materials of the school transparently.
Village students’ union also gave their word to construct library building and conduct prayer meet during vacations.
Meanwhile, the release also said Church elders, BYE and women department resolved to check spiritual growth of the youth, cooperate with all and build Christian home, to take responsibilities of the church with devotion and maintain sanctity of leading the people.
The second meet of Nakshou Theological Fellowship and citizens has been scheduled to be held on January 26, 2011 commemorating the 57th church foundation day of the village.

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