Rajya Sabha MP Leishemba Sanajaoba graced the ongoing Shandmasik Vishwa Shanti Mahayagya at Santolabari and Kalapahar in Kangpokpi district which is being held with the purpose to bring world peace.
The six-month-long Mahayagya which began on June 30 will culminate on December 9.
Addressing the huge gathering, MP Leishemba Sanajaoba stressed the importance of global peace which the Yagya aspired to bring, and assured to construct a Hindu temple in a suitable place and to renovate the present Dharmodaya Veda Vigyan Gurukul at Santolabari.
The MP, while appreciating the Gorkhas for organising such an important six-month-long programme, said that the Gorkhas are the permanent citizens who are part and parcel of the state.
Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) president Barish Sharma spoke about the importance of safeguarding the Hindu religion while maintaining that the Manipuri Gorkhas are also the rightful citizens of Manipur like any other community.
The event was also attended by Basudev Singh, Ajit Das (Prabhuji), Ashok Bansal, Dhanachandra Sharma, Dr. Tankanath Khatiwoda, and Pandit Bhawani Subedi apart from civil society organizations from the Hindu communities across the state.
While drawing the attention of the authorities concerned in connection with the pathetic road conditions which lead to the event site Santolabari, the organizing committee appealed to all public to be a part of the Mahayagya which is a secular program seeking world peace.