DIBRUGARH- Arunachal Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein attended the 9th Annual Central Sukapha Divas, a significant event organized by the Tai Ahom Yuva Parishad (TAYPA) Central Committee in collaboration with the Moran Sub-Division & Moran Regional Committees. The event took place at Moran Tiloy Gramya Bazar Playground, Tiloi Nagar, Moran, Dibrugarh, and brought together esteemed diginataries to commemorate the historical figure Chaulung Sukapha.
During the event, DCM Chowna Mein was honored with the Chaulung Sukapha Bor Asom Samannay Award by the Tai Ahom Yuva Parishad, Assam.
In expressing his gratitude, he acknowledged the profound significance of the award, considering it as an inspiration to further contribute to the rich cultural tapestry and progress of the region.
DCM Mein highlighted the fact that the event served as a reminder of the historical significance of Chaulung Sukapha’s contributions and the enduring spirit of unity in Assam. He expressed optimism that the legacy of unity and cultural richness would continue to guide and inspire the people of Assam as well as Arunachal Pradesh.
He extended his thanks to the organizing committee and the people of Assam for extending a warm invitation and providing generous hospitality during this historic event dedicated to the revered ruler.
On the auspicious occasion of Sukapha Divas, DCM Mein paid heartfelt respects to Assam’s revered ruler, Chaulung Sukapha. He highlighted the historical significance, noting that Chaulung Sukapha, defended the region with valor, safeguarding the entire northeastern region beyond Assam.
Chaulung Sukapha, as the first king of the Ahom dynasty, played a pivotal role in laying the foundation of Assam. His legacy is marked by the principles of peace, prosperity, goodwill, and mutual respect among diverse ethnic groups. A source of inspiration and a symbol of unity for the greater Assamese community, Sukapha’s remarkable life continues to guide the commitment to nation-building.
Through visionary leadership, he skillfully united the region, leaving an indelible mark of brotherhood. As a courageous warrior, he not only established the framework for ‘Bor Assam’ but also crafted an identity that intricately wove this sacred land into a framework of unity, creating a lasting impact on the cultural and historical landscape of the region.
The program was attended by Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, Minister of Revenue & Disaster Management, mines & Mineral and Hills Area Development Hills Area, Govt of Assam, Jogen Mohan, MLA Moran, Chakradhar Gogoi, President Central Committee, Tai Ahom Yuva Parishad, Assam, Bijoy Rajkonwar, General Secretary, Tai Ahom Yuva Parishad, Rudrasagar Buragohain, Working President, Tai Ahom Yuva Parishad, Ananta Phukan, among other dignitaries.