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All Mizo ethnic tribes should feel at home in Mizoram: Zoramthanga

Aizawl: Chief Minister Zoramthanga on Thursday called for collective efforts to make Mizoram a peaceful and developed state where all Mizo ethnic tribes can feel at home.

Addressing the closing function of Youth 20 Mizoram Meet on Nationalism, Patriotism and Development organised by the state Department of Sports & Youth Services, Zoramthanga said that nationalism is not the idea of hatred against others but the protection and progress of one own’s homeland, culture and traditions.

“It is the duty of every citizen to keep nationalism in mind but the young generation has more roles in strengthening nationalism for future perspective of the country.

“Keeping this assertion in mind, we must go forward, prepare Mizoram as a developed state, preserve our invaluable cultures and traditions and make our state a place where all ethnic Mizos can feel at home that they can live and sleep peacefully,” he said.

Zoramthanga highlighted how the Mizo people had been settled in Mizoram from time immemorial, how did Mizoram became a part of India and the development of nationalism in Mizoram since independence.

On the sideline of India’s G-20 presidency tenure, the Youth 20 Mizoram meet on nationalism, patriotism and development programme is organised by Government of Mizoram. 

The programme was inaugurated by the Chief Minister on July 14 and fifteen meets were organised across the state subsequently. The closing function of the programme was the sixteenth meet and the last episode of the programme. 

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