Unity for the welfare of all, says Kaito

Unity for the welfare of all, says Kaito
G. Kaito Aye, minister of Agriculture and Cooperation participating at the festival on Monday. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 1/27/2020 12:18:10 PM IST

Appraising on unity for the welfare of the people in general and community in general, minister of Agriculture & Cooperation G. Kaito Aye encouraged the gathering to come under one umbrella keeping aside the differences. 

He was speaking at the three-day 14th Bishu (post harvest festival of Dimasa) mini hornbill tribal festival Monday, at Government High School, Dhansiripar playground, Dimapur under the theme “Cultural reminiscence”.

Speaking at the programme as special guest, the minister clarified that the state government initiative of mini hornbill festival was to document, promote and preserve one’s own traditions and culture which will help enable the upcoming generation to explore the rich cultural heritage of one’s own people. 

Minister extended greetings on behalf of the state government and himself and encouraged the community in particular not to undetermine themselves as minority but learn to progress and promote themselves by protecting their own culture, tradition and land which represent one’s identity.

Emphasizing on Naga solution, minister said that Nagas should unite to move forward and stand for better tomorrow.  He also assured to look into the welfare of the farmers within the jurisdiction if they were contributing well towards agri-sector. 

Earlier, speaking at the celebration programme, Azheto Zhimomi MLA 3 A/C Dimapur III as guest of honour also stressed on the significance of preserving one’s own culture and tradition. 

He also encouraged the community to preserve their land and property as it indentified their community in particular and in general saying that “One lose their identity once they leave their land”.

Zhimoni also encouraged the gathering to avail the benefitd provided by the government which was mainly focused for the welfare of the public in general.  Short speech was also delivered by KTCN advisor Khemprai 

Highlights of the programme included cultural game and programme by kuki, Sumi Cultural Troupe, Zutovi village, Dimasa Cultural Troupe, Dhansiri-Assam, Mech Kachari and folk song.

Programme was chaired and welcome address delivered by reception committee K Naben, invocation prayer offered by Dimasa Baptist Bosom, mission board chairman Rev. Simon Khemprai. 

Bishu greetings was delivered by  DPON, general secretary PM Thaosen and traditional welcome dance was delivered by Amalina. Word of gratitude was delivered by DSUN, advisor Rup Kr. Langthasa.


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