KANGPOKPI, January 18: “I will not isolate you”, promised Nemcha Kipgen, MLA 50-Kangpokpi Assembly Constituency to the minority community of Kangpokpi Assembly Constituency during a thanksgiving feast organized particularly for them by the MLA at her Ngahmun residence today.
The MLA in her speech continued that Kangpokpi AC is a secular constituency where all communities settled together, striving for peace and tranquillity.
When human beings congregate and dine together, the understanding and love among them develops better and stronger, asserted the MLA before adding that the thanksgiving feast today has been organized as a marked of celebrating New Year with all the minorities in the constituency to promote peace and tranquillity as well as to strengthen the attitude of oneness by the people.
While urging everyone to struggle everyone for a better Kangpokpi and better Manipur, the MLA also appealed to look forward for development through a combined effort.
She assumed that grassroot level education is the key for lasting peace and tranquillity and urged every parent of her constituency to give important to education for their children from the grassroot level.
Vikas Bhujel, member, ADC Sadar Hills and Meena Kumari Sedai, former member, Zilla Parishad lauded the MLA’s goodwill.
A delegate from Kalapahar Nepali community said “I was borned in 1937 at Kalapahar but I have never come across such function organized particularly for the minority community in the constituency so as to promote and strengthen the love and oneness of all.”
A part from Lamkholen Kipgen, member, ADC Sadar Hills, Gaon Bura, chiefs, V/A chairman/secretary, teacher, and other dignitaries the thanksgiving feast was attended by delegate from Irang Part I and II, Kangpokpi, Kalapahar, Parsian and Paspati area as well as Gorkha Union, Mothers` Union(Nepali) and other civil bodies from the minority community.