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Nagaland’s Hornbill festival concludes

KOHIMA: The unique Hornbill Festival of Nagaland concluded with thousands of visitors, including tourists participating in the “Unity Dance” around the mega bonfire to the tune of traditional Naga howling and beats of log drums at the picturesque Naga Heritage Village in Kisama under Kohima district.

Nagaland Governor P B Acharya released the Nagaland Vision 2030 document on the occasion on Saturday, December 10, reports PTI.

Chief Minister TR Zeliang delivering the closing speech said through this vision document, “we are charting out the broad contours of our visions and dreams for the future of the state for the next 15 years or so”.

“It outlines our visions on creating employment opportunities for our youth, on women empowerment, on improving the income and standard of living of the people in general, on improving connectivity within the state, and with the neighbouring countries”, Zeliang maintained.

Zeliang also sought the cooperation of the Governor and also the people of Nagaland in taking forward and in implementing the Nagaland Vision 2030.

“It is only with the active involvement and cooperation of every citizen that these visions can be converted into a reality,” he added.

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