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Khamo urges people to uphold social norms

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Kohima, May 19: Nagaland Advisor for CAWD & Taxes, Kudecho Khamo today called upon the people to uphold and follow social norms and maintain peace and harmony.
Addressing the general conference of Chokri Chakhesang Literature Board (CCLB) at Pfutsero in Phek district as the special guest, Khamo said “Today, Christianity and education has taught us to be better but our most valued culture and traditions continue to diminish.”
He stressed on the need to retrospect and revive the traditional values of honesty and hard work by holding Christian faith deeper and stronger.
He also maintained that the state government has been encouraging Mother tongue over the years.
With the introduction of Certificate Course, students can study our Mother tongue and get government jobs, he said and also encouraged the people to develop and use their Mother tongue to keep one’s identity alive.
He also proposed that all the important government policies and the name of the schemes being extended by the central government should be translated into “our Mother Tongue.”
Khamo felt that this will enable the general public to know the meaning and purpose of the schemes better, and also facilitate successful implementation of the various policies and schemes.
He appealed to the public to extend full support and cooperation to the state government led by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio for all round development.
Further, he encouraged the rural people to be proactive and avail various schemes and facilities as most of the government schemes are basically designed to uplift rural areas.
The introductory session was chaired by CCLB vice chairman Vechisa Venuh while the keynote address was delivered by CCLB chairman Ariyi Nienu.
Later, Zhovehu Lohe, Convenor, Board of Advisor CCLB and Nuveta Khesoh, Member Diploma Certificate Committee CCLB talked on “The need & importance of Mother tongue” and “Progress & status of Chokri Literature works” respectively at the business hour. (Page News Service)