Due to modernisation and westernisation there is a genuine threat and we need to impart the knowledge of our rich culture and tradition to our offspring-Takar Marde , Former Minister …
Capital SP Tumme Amo and Former Minister Takar Marde appealed all stakeholders to come forward for protection of indigenous tradition and cultural value of tribal society of the state, during a release of video album of Arunachal Pradesh AboTani community confederation (APACC) here at Siddhartha hall on Saturday.
Marde said that a time has come for everybody to come forward and join hands together to protect and preserve the rich tradition and cultural heritage of our tribal society.
Due to modernisation and westernisation there is a genuine threat and we need to impart the knowledge of our rich culture and tradition to our offspring, which serves as our unique identity, he added.
He further appealed to all community based leaders to work out for a common language so that all tribal community can use and understand each other like other language of the country.
Capital SP Tumme Amo elaborated about the better policing in containing the law and order in any society. He said that a few law and order problems erupted due to negligence of people and appealed people to be law abiding citizens.
He said that law is for all and it will take its own course of action.
He said, “Capital city is for all and everybody wants to live in peace and tranquility.” And he further urged upon all stakeholders to maintain peace and communal harmony and brotherhood so that the Itanagar capital city become a better place to live.
He congratulated the APACC executive members for their endeavours to preserve the unique cultural tradition.
Amo also assured his full support to the organisation in promyoung the traditional values and ethos of the society for peace and development.
APACC Chairman Taba Taku while elaborating the activities of the organisation, has sought support from one and all to develop the state without harming the traditional values and ethos.
He also appealed all stake holders to take part in preservation and protection of Abo-Tani community and protecting the traditional and cultural values of tribal societies of the state.
He further said that the audio/video released “Ngule mwle Abotani khuu/ao” will work as a bridge in strengthening all six AboTani tribes into one for peace, progress and development.