Nagaland

NLA Speaker Sharingain Longkumer Releases Vision Mokokchung 2040

The Speaker, Nagaland Legislative Assembly Sharingain Longkumer released the book- Vision Mokokchung 2040 at ADC Planning Hall Mokokchung on December 05, 2020
(Speaker, NLA Sharingain Longkumer released the Book- ‘Vision Mokokchung 2040’ at ADC Planning Hall Mokokchung on December 05|Photo: DIPR)

Kohima, December 05 (NEx): The Speaker, Nagaland Legislative Assembly Sharingain Longkumer released the Book- ‘Vision Mokokchung 2040’ at ADC Planning Hall Mokokchung on December 05, 2020.

The documents were prepared and published by Mokokchung District Art & Culture Council (MDACC) and Mayangnokcha Award Trust (MAT), a collaboration between the Mokokchung town Quasquicentennial Planning & Organizing Committee and the Citizens of Mokokchung.

The NLA Speaker said that it is a pride that Mokokchung has produced some of the finest personalities and forerunner and pioneered in many fields. In order to continue the trend he called upon all to have a dream/vision which is rightly documented in the book Vision Mokokchung 2040.

We have to move forward where time lead us, we cannot remain stagnant in one place only in this digitalized generation. This is our soil and country let us all uplift our land by institualising our activities, he added.

While congratulating everyone, the Speaker especially congratulated MDACC and MAT for making the document vision Mokokchung 2040 a reality and hoped that the vision will be a driving force to guide and lead the people towards the vision Mokokchung 2040.

Deputy Commissioner Mokokchung Limawabang Jamir in his short speech congratulated MDACC and MAT representatives and everyone involved in bringing the vision into reality.

He also called upon all the citizens for their involvement because without the active participation of the citizens the vision will be a failure, he said.

The programme was chaired by Sentilong Ozukum EAC Hq. and a brief introduction of Vision Mokokchung 2040 was given by I. Temsu Jamir vice president MDACC.

(With inputs from DIPR)