Library inaugurated in Tuensang
Tuensang, July 30 (EMN): A library under Project Sarvodaya was inaugurated at the Durbar Hall of the Superintendent of Police’s office in Tuensang town on July 30 on the theme “All will read, All will rise.”
In a short speech, Vishal, superintendent of police, Tuensang, expressed how the potential of the citizens are not fully utilised due to lack of resources. He impressed upon how the “blessings of books” could help one understand “the meaning of life.”
Stating that police is also a part of the community, he stated inauguration of the library was a show of faith to the community. He further encouraged promoting the book reading habit saying, “it expands our mind like nothing else.”
In another speech by Kanchan Kr. Kandpal, superintendent of police, Tseminyu, highlighted the concept of e-library or digital library where video lectures and hundreds of books are currently available. While congratulating SP Tuensang on the occasion, he also urged the community to utilise the facility for the success of the objective, which was to educate young people in the town.
Changson Chang, co-founder of Book Club Tuensang, in her short speech, stated that the project was a “great initiative” and expressed hope that “this library will be the heart of the students.” She further wished that the initiative keeps the fire of curiosity burning.
It was informed that the library would be free of cost upon issue of library cards. Books were also donated to Chang Wetoshi Setshang (CWS) library and Book Club, Tuensang.
The programme was chaired by S Evai Phom, ABI Tuensang, while the invocation was said by Changsang, pastor of Police Baptist Church, Tuensang.