IMPHAL: Quami Ekta Divas was jointly organised by Department of Arts & Culture and Social Welfare Department at Government Dance College Hall, Palace Compound on Monday.
The event was attended by Corporation & MAHUD, and Social Welfare Minister Okram Henry as the Chief Guest, Commissioner (Arts and Culture) M. Joy Singh as the president and Social Welfare Director Ng. Uttam Singh as a guest of honour.
Minister Okram Henry applauded Chief Minister N. Biren’s governance upon his vision on various significant schemes and policies like CMHT, Go to Hills and Village mission, School Fagathansi mission etc, which he indeed asserted that the BJP led government under his leadership effectively helps strengthening the bonds of love and togetherness between the people of Hills and Valley, while at the same time bringing all round development in the state.
Minister Henry expressed his firm belief on forgiveness over each other’s mistakes and bringing about an amicable solution to all the common problems, and upholding the integrity and unity of the State.
Social Welfare Director Ng. Uttam cherished upon organising “Quami Ekta Diwas” jointly by the two departments getting along together after having split up thirty years ago. He said that unity can only be built when the society is made up of people who work hard with dedication and selflessness, accept each other’s ideas and differences, and mostly when one has the power of accepting their own mistakes and moving along with the efforts of positive changes.
The observation program was held with the complete showcasing of beautiful cultural dances and melodious songs performed by students of B.B. Paul Mental Development Home, Ideal Blind School, Home for the Blind and Government Dance College.