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Kma DCC observes 125 years of INC

(L to R) Paphino, Chairman Vigilance Cell, NPCC, Nillo Rengma, ex minister, Vice President NPCC, Capt. Praveen Davar, Secretary AICC Congress MLA KV Pusa and Prasielie Pienyii, President KDCC at the 125 years of INC celebration organized by KDCC. (NP)
Correspondent KOHIMA, DEC 11 (NPN):
Published on 12 Dec. 2010 12:46 AM IST
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As part of the celebration of 125 years of Indian National Congress, Kohima District Congress Committee (KDCC) on Saturday organized a program Congress Bhavan, Kohima with AICC secretary Capt. Praveen Davar as the main speaker.
Addressing the gathering, Praveen Devar said that Congress party was the only party in the country which has been providing stability and brought tremendous development of the country in all fields. He gave a brief history of the INC, from the time of its inception in 1885, and acknowledged the contributions made by leaders particularly former prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, P.V. Narashima Rao and incumbent prime minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi.
Stating that regional party governments in various states were “corrupted as there was not accountability in the system of functioning,” the AICC secretary called upon Congress party workers to stand firm and united as they set out to contend for the 2013 state general elections.
In his introductory speech, former minister and NPCC vice president Nillo Rengma said the Congress party was the biggest party in the country and that one should feel privileged to be part of it.
Appealing to party workers not to be disheartened to be in the opposition, Rengma expressed optimism that the Congress would “bounce back” to power in the 2013 state general elections. Former NPCC president and Congress MLA K.V. Pusa also attended the program.
Earlier, welcome address was delivered by NPCC vigilance cell chairman R. Paphino, while vote of thanks was proposed by KDCC vice president Joel Kath.

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