CM's greetings for Chavang Kut and Bhai Tika
By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, Oct 31: Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal today extended warm greetings to the Kuki and Gorkha communities in particular and to all the people of the state in general on the occasion of Chavang Kut and Bhai Tika festivals respectively.
In a statement, Sonowal said that Kut, a post-harvest festival of the Kuki tribe, symbolizes compassion, gaiety and gratefulness when people express their gratitude to God for a bountiful harvest. It is an occasion for celebrating and enjoying the fruits of hard labour of the preceding months in a spirit of brotherhood and camaraderie that transcends tribes and communities.
Similarly, Sonowal extended greetings to Gorkha community for Bhai Tika festival saying that the age-old tradition would help spread the message of brotherhood and strengthen the relations among different communities of the state to foster an ebling environment for prosperity and growth.
Sonowal hoped that the celebration of these festivals would cement the integrity, brotherhood and camaraderie among all the people of the Brahmaputra and Barak valleys of the State cutting across the lines of caste, creed, religion or language.