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Arunachal: Governor participates in the Chindang Festival celebration

The Governor called upon the people to protect, preserve and promote their cultural heritage. He advised the youth to actively participate in the celebration.


Bomdila

The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) along with his wife Mrs Neelam Misra participated in the Chindang Festival celebration at Songji Ground, Nafra, 53 Km from Bomdila, in West Kameng District on 14th October 2019.

Extending his festival greetings, the Governor expressed his hope that the festival will usher-in development, peace and prosperity. He commended the festival committee for organising the 28th Central Chindang Festival in a grand manner.

The Governor called upon the people to protect, preserve and promote their cultural heritage. He advised the youth to actively participate in the celebration.

Addressing the mammoth gathering, the Governor said that the development depends on two aspects, which are very much in the hand of the people. First, education and second proper implementation of developmental programmes and projects, he said.

The Governor called upon the elders of the society, parents and guardians to ensure that every child of the age of 6 years and above goes to school. Emphasizing on the education of girl child, the Governor said that society progresses when women are educated, empowered and respected. He stressed on making every girl child capable of standing on her own feet.

The Governor said that there are lot of developmental programmes and projects for the people, particularly for rural areas. He urged upon the populace to avail of maximum benefit from these schemes of the State and Central Governments.

The Governor said that If every person in the society actively gets involve in the process by ensuring transparency, accountability, honesty, review and audit and wherever required mid-course correction, the State of Arunachal Pradesh will be most progressive State in the entire country.

A colourful cultural programme showcasing the rich cultural heritage and traditions of Sajolang Tribe was presented on the occasion. Amidst chanting of prayers, Geji Guro (Chindang offering) was distributed amongst the participants.

Union Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports (Independent Charge), Kiren Rijiju,  Phurpa Tsering, MLA, Dirang, Dorjee Wangdi Kharma, MLA, Kalaktang, Dongru Siongju, MLA, Bomdila-Nafra,  Gombu Tsering, DC in-charge, SP Raja Banthia and Kesang Ngurup Damo, ADC, Nafra  were present on the occasion amongst others.

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