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UADC chief, UDWJA extend Christmas wishes to people of Manipur

'On this Christmas Day, may love and peace reign supreme in the homes of our varied ethnic communities inhabiting the state as we forgive each other wrongs and renews our bonds'.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated on 24 Dec 2021, 5:54 pm

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The Ukhrul Autonomous District Council Chief (UADC) and Ukhrul District Working Journalists' Association (UDWJA) conveyed warm Christmas wishes to the people of the state on Friday. 

“May this joyous occasion brings the vibes of positivity and happiness around us, and the New Year usher fulfilment and sustenance,” Dr Yaronsho Ngalung said in his message and thanked the Almighty God for saving and guiding the people right from the beginning of the year up till the end. 

Regarding the current administration of ADC Ukhrul, the caretaker chairman said it has been running its administration effectively through the unwavering support and cooperation of former ADC members, CEO and ADC staff, and exuded a more refined and robust administration in the days to come. 

“Since 2019 till date, we have been facing the heat of the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic in our midst and even though many had fallen to the dreaded virus, there was not a single moment where God had abandoned us as we continue to enjoy normal life amid looming uncertainties,” UADC chief added. 

Stating that Covid pandemic is a wakeup call for the people of the state, he said, “Covid has made us realise the lack of healthcare infrastructure. In addition to making us come closer to each and more united, it ignited our minds and made us see through things with clarity.  The Covid situation has made us understand the value of a good body and hygiene in one's daily life and make us strive for a cleaner environment,” he added.

Extending festive greetings to the people of the state, the Ukhrul District Working Journalists' Association (UDWJA) stated, “On this Christmas Day, may love and peace reign supreme in the homes of our varied ethnic communities inhabiting the state as we forgive each other wrongs and renews our bonds.” 

Making a clarion call to maintain peace to ensure a vibrant society, it urged the people to strengthen the bond of unity, love and mutual understanding and prayed that New Year rings in an era of peace, prosperity and a brand new perspective.

First published:24 Dec 2021, 5:54 pm

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