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Governor extends Diwali greetings

P B Acharya

Dimapur, November 6: Governor of Nagaland, PB Acharya and his lady wife, Kavita Acharya have extended greetings and warm wishes for a joyous and prosperous life on the occasion of Diwali to the people of the State.
In his message, the Governor said that Diwali, the festival of lights, inspires all to move towards light from darkness. “Let us light the lamps of compassion, love and righteousness. Let us resolve to fight against illiteracy, inequality, poverty, discrimination and malice and let us promote universal peace and brotherhood in the society,” he exhorted.
The Governor called on all to build a new India which is prosperous, strong and free of communalism, casteism and terrorism under the leadership of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
Let our Universities be the nodal agents to reach the beneficiaries of Central and State Government welfare projects. Let us realise the dream of strengthening North East NAMASTE States by working out the strategies for Look East & Act East, Make in India project, etc, he said.
The Governor also appealed all for a pollution-free Diwali celebration.
BJP: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Nagaland has greeted the citizens on the occasion of Diwali, the Hindu festival of light.
As Diwali symbolizes the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance”, may the supreme light illuminate and enlighten everyone’s hearts, bring cheers to every home and strengthen bonds among all communities during this festive celebration, it said in a message.
Advisor, Power, Tovihoto Ayemi has extended warmest greetings on the occasion of Diwali celebrating the triumph of good over evil.
“Diwali is a time for celebration but we must also remember those who are less fortunate than us,” he said and wished this festival light up the hearts of the downtrodden and spread happiness to one and all.
While celebrating this festival of lights, Ayemi appealed people to be be sensitive to the pains of our mother nature and take care of our environment. (Page News Service)
NPF minority wing:
The NPF Minority Wing Central has wished the people of Nagaland a very happy Diwali and hoped that the celebrations will promote peace, prosperity and social harmony amongst all sections of the people in the State.
The NPF minority wing also appealed to all to celebrate the festivals of light and joy in the spirit of love, truth and brotherhood. (Page News Service)