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KV Pusa calls for communal harmony
Published on 9 Apr. 2011 11:39 PM IST
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DIMAPUR: Senior congress MLA, K V Pusa on Saturday urged Naga people to inculcate communal harmony to usher in harmonious society.
Addressing the gathering of Rachu Union (Viswema), Kohima at Naga heritage village Kisama, former president of Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee Pusa urged the people of Rachuma as well as Nagas to continue working for a peaceful and harmonious society as yearned by all sections of the Naga society.
He observed that despite turbulent and unstable situation prevailing in many places in the world, Nagaland has been witnessing relatively peaceful situation due to the determination of people to live in peace and unity.
“All should partake in peace activities and in search of permanent peace and unity in our society” the Congress leader insisted. Pusa strongly advocated for peace and unity in Naga society and urged people to contribute their efforts for peace and unity.
“The voice of Naga people is for peace and unity” he added and urged all sections of Naga society to follow the rest of communities in seeking peace.
Pusa also appealed for good neighbourhood encouraging the spirit of forget and forgive, and love each other to build a calm society to usher in all round development and progress. He was particularly happy with the people of Rachu for their cordial and harmonious living and urged the rest of Naga society to emulate them. On the occasion, new members were also nominated as office bearers.
Special songs were presented by Kezhosato Kin and Kemesanu Sothu and Keneikrul Noswe and Dzuvihol Kweho, Vimezhol Theyo, pastor Police Baptist Church Phesama invoked the Almighty’s blessings.

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