Sunday, November 27, 2022

President’s maiden visit to Nagaland on Nov 2-3

Hectic preparations are on for President of India Droupadi Murmu’s maiden two-day visit (November 2-3) to Nagaland.
Murmu, during her visit, is expected to virtually inaugurate various Central and state projects.
The president is also scheduled to visit Kigwema village and Kohima World War cemetery.
On November 2, a civic reception will be held at Capital Cultural Hall, Kohima at 3 p.m.
Later in the evening, a cultural programme and State Banquet is being organized at the State Banquet Hall, CM’s residential complex, Kohima.
According to DIPR, all AHoDs and HoDs have been asked to attend both the functions positively and also give suitable instructions to all officers and staff of their departments and directorates to also attend the functions.
As advised by the President’s Secretariat, all attendees have been requested to wear face mask at all times during the function.
Invitation to tribal bodies: The state government has invited all tribal organizations to attend the civic reception at Capital Cultural Hall. Representatives of the tribal bodies have been requested to attend the function wearing their respective traditional shawls and to be seated at the venue by 2 p.m.
It also requested all invitees to wear face masks at all times during the function. For further information additional state protocol officer, Home department, Meripeni can be contacted at 9774930495, 8837213014.
The invitation has been extended to the following organizations– Presidents and all office bearers of Central Nagaland Tribes Council, Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organization, Tenyimi Peoples’ Organization, Angami Public Organization, Ao Senden, Chakhesang Public Organization, Chang Khulei Setsang, Nagaland Garo Tribal Council, Kachari Tribal Council Nagaland, Karbi (Mikir) Union, Nagaland, Khiamniungan Tribal Council, Konyak Union, Kuki Inpi (Nagaland), Lotha Hoho, Phom People Council, Pochury Hoho, Rengma Hoho, Sumi Hoho, Tikhir Tribal Council, United Sangtam Likhum Pumji, Yimkhiung Tribal Council, and Nagaland Zeliang Peoples Organization.

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