SP Papum Pare and Incharge Capital Complex Tumme Amo today flagged off a mini marathon which shall an awareness for the ensuing Doimukh festival to be celebrated at Tana Hari fish farm campus at Doimukh.
Addressing the participants at the football ground of Government Higher Secondary School here at Kankar Nallah Amo said that youths are the future of tomorrow and they have to shoulder lots of responsibility nation building. He appeal not to waste time in unwanted elements of society. He said that lost of deaths are increasing due to rash and negligence driving and some of them area fatal due to not use of helmet and driven by underage and appeal them to use helmet, avoid drink and drive, do not use mobile while driving and always obtain driving license to drive and follow traffic rules.
He also appeal not to get prey of drug in any case which is affecting the health of youths these days as well as wastage of wealth. Amo added.
The winners of the 10 Kilometre mini marathon was culminated in Doimukh and more than 100 participant completed the race. The oldest which include 51 year Dr. Kago Gambo in veteran category and 9 year Class V student of VKV Vivek Vihar student Kago Mobin in child category.
The winners who stood first, second, third are Karbu Kena, Tarh Tame, Sunora Tawe and Hillang Kana in 4thand Koj OPo in 5th position.
Meanwhile in girls category Nabam Boni 1st, Likha Rinia 2nd, Taba Yarang 3rd, Teshi Jirnia 4th and Chukhu Yasap remain in 5th respectively.
Event Coordinator Teli Jomiya said that the 2nd Doimukh festival will be inaugurated on November 25th November 28th and the prizes will be given away on closing ceremony. The festival is being organised by the Doimukh festival committee which youth and likeminded people of the circle for unity and brotherhood among all tribes and community for a communal harmony and brotherhood.