CHS conducts its 4th general meeting

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/17/2019 12:14:55 PM IST

Chümoukedima Hindu Society (CHS) conducted its 4th general meeting at CTC hall under the theme “Peace and harmony” with a view to strengthen the society and also to create a congenial atmosphere in Chümoukedima on August 13.

A press release from CHS general secretary Prakash Chetri stated that the meeting had two sessions. In the first session, CHS with the local leaders from different organisations of Chümoukedima along with the Hindu public held a fruitful session where the local leaders delivered on the prevailing situation in Chümoukedima.

Dievilhoutuonuo Thakro, president of Chümoukedima Town Mothers Association (CTMA) expressed concern to the Hindu public to respect the leaders of CHS and build a good linkage so that unlawful activities can be checked. She cited the incident July 10 where a teenage Naga girl was murdered by one boy from the Hindu community, hence in this regard local leaders cautioned the CHS and to be aware in the future.

Thejavizo Nakhro, EAC-cum-administrator appreciated CHS selfless contribution to beautify Chümoukedima and further stressed to cooperate and extend help towards the development of Chümoukedima.

Other local leaders also spoke and asked CHS to be vigilant and create awareness to the Hindu community and to monitor the Hindu public of any suspicious behaviour which can be reported to the local bodies for further course of action.

During the second session, Prakash Chetri, general secretary of CHS delivered on RIIN and clarified to the Hindu public not to panic instead to get ready with documents as evidences for security reasons.

Pintu  M. Ghosh, working president of CHS also cautioned the Hindu community to be responsible and not to indulge in any harmful act that would tarnish the good image of the Hindu society and Chümoukedima as a whole. He added that CHS would not hesitate to take repressive step even to the extent of terminating from CHS. He also urged the general Hindu public to give their best in making “A Clean Chümoukedima, A Green Chümoukedima and a Better Chümoukedima”. CHS passed 13 resolutions which were strongly supported by the Hindu community and further they committed to adhere strictly in letter and spirit.

CHS extended gratitude to the local leaders and honoured all the local leaders with mementos in recognition of their concern and guidance towards the CHS endeavours.

The first and the second sessions were chaired by Papiya Chakraborty, cultural secy Chümoukedima Hindu Yuva and Sonali Roy, executive member Chümoukedima Hindu Yuva respectively.


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