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Promote and preserve state’s rich cultural heritage: Tuki

By EMN Updated: Feb 26, 2015 10:28 pm


Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today underscored the urgency and need for a missionary approach to promote and preserve state’s rich cultural heritage.
Attending the Nyokum Yullo festival of the Nyishis here at Nyokum Lapang ground, Tuki was very specific in saying that change was requisite for progress of a society but one should also ensure that one’s tradition and customs were not put in stake.He made special reference for keeping the customary rituals of festivals alive with providing incentives to the festival priests and assured to evolve a mechanism to do so.
“When you respect others culture and tradition, you receive the similar gesture from them” Tuki said while giving a clarion call to one and sundry that the state would not tolerate if it is distributed in the name of tribe, colour, caste, tradition and custom.
Crediting the conferment of the Krishi Karman Award to Arunachal Pradesh for three successive years to the people of the state, the chief minister congratulated all for their effort.
“Our festivals are all agriculture related and therefore we are growing more food grains and getting consecutive awards”, CM emphatically said and believed that the tempo would move on and the state would receive much more accolades for its developmental initiatives.
Expressing concern at the loss of lush green forest by the traditional jhum practices, he advocated switching over to wet cultivation to save the forest.
He also urged to save Mithun whose dwindling population has been facing a threat.
Speaking as guest of honour, Pasighat MLA Kaling Moyong, stressed for channelizing youth power for state and nation building.

By EMN Updated: Feb 26, 2015 10:28:35 pm