21st Apr 2017 10:04:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ES Reporter

ITANAGAR, Apr 21: A car rally was flagged off today to create national integration and communal harmony from Dera Natung Government college campus here.

Before flagging off the cars, a formal programme was organised as to mark the day, wherein student and youths actively participated held under the banner of National Integrated Forum of Artist and Activists (NIFAA).

Scores of eminent personalities addressed the event including former MLA, Takam Sorang who in his speech highlighted his view on racial discrimination and appealed NIFAA team to take the message to mainland India not to discriminate the people of NE region especially  students.

NIFAA state Unit President Sangha Tajik stressed the need of such rally in different parts of the state and region which will strengthen the relationship among the youths of state with outside world.

Tajik also called upon the students and youths to concentrate their precious time in studies and devote themselves more in the development of state and preservation of culture and tradition for tribal identity.

NIFFA President Pritpal Singh Panni in his address said that despite differences in language, Traditional customs and cultures, all are Indian and should maintain the unity and integrity to strengthen our brotherhood.

He also informed that NIFAA had since decades carried forward this message of brotherhood and peace among all parts of the country and almost travelled all the major states to spread the same spirit.

Altogether twenty nine delegates from different states are participating in the rally to tour all over India to spread the message of unity in diversity.

Kenter Joya Riba

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