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Rio joins Moatsu at Chuchuyimlang
Published on 4 May. 2011 1:05 AM IST
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Maintain oneness and good relationship among the older and younger generation which was symbolized by the state’s emblem ‘Mithun’ that represented unity and love among us, said chief minister Rio in his Moatsü message at the celebration in Chuchuyimlang village here Tuesday.
Further, stressing on the importance of hard work, Rio urged upon the people to maintain the traditional culture of hard work in order to get good harvest.
Speaking about development of tourism, Rio said development of tourism in rural areas would provide tourists with a first hand experience of rural Naga life and make them understand and appreciate the real traditional life and nature of our people.
The highlights of the programme included folk song and dances from neighbouring villages including cultural troupes from Longra, Yangti, Chungliyimti, Maongyimti, Moangyimjen, Moangyimsen and a team of cultural troupe from IGNOU.
DC Mokokchung, Lithrongla G. Chishi, commissioner & secretary School Education, Imkonglemba also spoke on the occasion where they extended Moatsü greetings to the people. The significance of Moatsü festival was delivered by Imtitoshi, retired PA to DC.
The Moatsu festival programme was chaired by Nuklutoshi, chairman NIDC & Nagaland Hotels Corporation while invocation prayer was pronounced by Pastor CBC, Lima. Other dignitaries who also attended the function included minister for School Education, Nyeiwang Konyak; parl secretaries: Y. Patton; Yitachu; S. Heno; advisor Sericulture & Co-operation departments, Azheto Zhimomi and chairman NSMDC, Kipili Sangtam.

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