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KNSK conclave ends with appeal for moral responsibility to mothers

By EMN Updated: Nov 15, 2014 11:53 pm


[dropcap]D[/dropcap]eputy Commissioner of Mon Angau I Thou, IAS has appealed to the Konyak mothers to inculcate good moral values to their children and society, and also to uphold unity and integrity to build a good healthy society.
She was addressing at the 1st session of the final day of them 9th KNSK conference at Mon on 14th Nov. at council hall. She also urged upon the womenfolk to continue to work with commitment and sincerity for the glory of the people. Referring to the past historical background of the Konyaks she said Konyaks were intelligent and adept to brass works, woodcarving and particularly gifted with the skill of gun making.He however lamented that modern Konyaks lacks those qualities of their ancestors and exhorted the KNSK to look back and restore the past glory and move forward with positive influence. Asserting that women are inherent part of the society and cannot be neglected, she said women are created as a companion for men and every man should encourage women to play a pivotal role and responsibility to bring change and development in the family and society. Briefing on the role of women in the family and society, she said women play the role of a mother, a sister, a daughter and a wife with great responsibility to build a healthy society and they are considered as the main contributor in bringing up a strong and vibrant society.
Informing that modern Indian women have adorned high offices such as the president, prime minister, Speakers, chief secretaries, etc she said ‘women who once considered being the master in the art of home making are now considered to be the force that shapes a country.
The Deputy Commissioner also gave away the prizes to the winners of football, and other ward/unit sports activities. She also felicitated the Konyak women Gazette officers qualified through NPSC since 2012.

By EMN Updated: Nov 15, 2014 11:53:06 pm