From Our Correspondent
DIGBOI, Feb 21: In tune with the rest of the people across the hilly State of Aruchal Pradesh, the people of Bordumsa Circle in Changlang district too joined in the celebration of the 31st Statehood Day organized on Monday with a day-long colorful agenda of various activities under the initiatives of the subdivisiol administration.
The significant foundation day kicked off with a mammoth prabhat pheri in the morning followed by hoisting of tiol flag in the general playground amidst a significant gathering. Addressing the people from various walks of life after his warm greetings on the auspicious occasion, Mika Nyori, the Additiol Deputy Commissioner of Bordumsa, who was the chief guest on the occasion, reiterated the significance of the day and said that Aruchal Pradesh was granted statehood on this day in 1987 and threw ample light on the journey of the State since its inception. Briefing the developmental aspects accomplished by various departments across Bordumsa subdivision, Nyori, after unfurling the tricolour, hoped that the pace of the developmental works would scale a new height. Laying emphasis on maintaining the solidarity and integrity among the people inhabiting the region peacefully since ages, Nyori said that unless the people stood united and fought against the common evils that were detrimental to society, claiming to be developed and prosperous would be a utopian concept. According to him, every individual ought to make meaningful contribution and help the mountain State as a whole to scale the height of development in all fronts.
Meanwhile, with various cultural presentations from different communities, including the Singphos, Tangsa, Nocte, tea tribe, Ponthai, Mossang, Khamti, and Deori, the entire celebration wore a festive look where the people in true spirit and unison rejoiced the historical day,
exhibiting their unity in diversity and commitment to walk together for the welfare of the State. Amongst other to attend the celebration included the students’ community, teachers, the officials of various departments, public leaders, village headmen, Panchayat members and local businessmen.