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Governor interacts with IRCSN members

Governor interacts with IRCSN members
Governor P.B. Acharya interacting with the members of the IRCS Nagaland State Branch at Red Cross Conference Hall, Kohima on July 11. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/12/2019 11:54:25 AM IST

Nagaland Governor, P.B. Acharya, who is also the president of Indian Red Cross Society Nagaland (IRCSN), said that the during the last five years the state have witnessed many achievements when compared with the other tribal states of the country. 

A DIPR report stated that Acharya made this statement, at the gratitude meeting with the members of IRCSN at Red Cross Conference Hall, Kohima on July 11.

He said that Nagaland is more developed than other tribal states and expected that the central government under Prime Minister, Narendra Modi will grant more aid in the field of development for the state in the coming years too.

Acharya also interact with the members of the IRCSN and said that he had performed his duty as the president of IRCSN with a clean conscious.

He said that Indian Red Cross Society Nagaland being an international movement should reach the people in need, and added IRCSN may not have achieved the goals as expected but must remember that it was marching ahead. He also requested the members of IRCSN that to work for orphanages as they were mostly looked after and taken care by an individual or by a family.

Acharya further said that he will continue to work for the betterment of the state for peace and development and promised to extend help in any way for a social cause.

Short speeches were delivered by general secretary, IRCSN Dr. Kepelhusie Terhuja and vice-chairman IRCSN, Dr. S. Imkong Tushi Ao. The meeting was chaired by chairperson, IRCSN, Abeni TCK.

Meanwhile, IGAR (N) bade farewell to Nagaland Governor, P.B.Acharya, who would be completing his tenure as governor soon,  at the programme held on July 11, 

Acharya was appointed as the Governor of Nagaland on July 14, 2014 and was sworn in as 19th governor of Nagaland on July 19, 2014.

A press statement from IGAR (N) stated that Acharya appreciated the relentless effort of Assam Rifles and Indian Army in maintaining peace and tranquillity in the State. 

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