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Dimapur Night Carnival comes to conclusion

Dimapur Night Carnival comes to conclusion
Dimapur Night Carnival organizing Committee. (NP)
Staff Reporter Dimapur, Dec 16 | Publish Date: 12/16/2018 12:06:53 PM IST

 Dimapur being one of the commercial hubs of the state bears a big responsibility to grow bigger in order to accommodate all the groups of people who comes here, said Minister of Higher and technical Education, Temjen Imna Along during the closing night of Dimapur Night Carnival held at Naga Shopping Arcade, Supermarket, Dimapur.

Along said that people of all groups irrespective of caste, creed and religion coming together to live in Dimapur has a vibrant and a sole responsibility to strive for a better society. He also called upon the non Nagas residing in Dimapur join hands together and continue in contributing for the betterment of the society.

Lauding the organising committee for organising the event, he said that it has provided a platform to see dreams of all ages coming alive and the culmination of the event will leave behind memories that a city has driven within us.

Extending Christmas greetings, Along called upon the denizens not to forget the spirit of Christmas. He encouraged the gathering to cut down their wants and focus on their needs and also to give something to those who were really in need. Furthermore, Along said Dimapur being an exemplary town with the coming of Christmas will bring joy to those who need more that “You” and “I” need.

Pronouncing the closing ceremony of Dimapur night carnival organising committee secretary Dr Khekhugha Muru thanked the DNC organising committee for the five day event which was a success providing a platform for all to enjoy. He said the number of stalls has created attraction and aesthetic by raising the bar to the event. He also lauded the many talents that have showcased their talents and he hoped that the event will groom the youths to perform even in the national and international level. 

The five day event held under the theme ‘Go Green Plastic Free Zone’ was organized in collaboration with the district administration, Dimapur Chamber of Commerce and Industries (DCCI), Business Association of Nagaland (BAN) and East Dimapur Business Association (EDBA).

Meanwhile one of the main attractions of the evening,  the raffle draw, was won by sl no 5652, who walked away with a brand new Datsun Redigo.

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