ROING, Jan 31: Lok Sabha MP Ninong Ering called upon all to stay united in order to make our country stronger on all fronts.
While addressing the annual day function of Divine Word School here today, the chief guest said there should not be differences on the basis of tribes, caste, region and religion, and urged for resolving small misunderstanding by sitting across the table.
Impressed by the Skit show of DWS children on Time Wheel depicting how the world has changed from bad to worse since the evolution and how light is needed to make this world a better place to live in, Ering said that we must learn from the children and be truthful to ourselves by becoming a light of knowledge, love, unity and affection to one another.
Quoting words from the father of nation Mahatma Gandhi, he called for shunning the path of violence.
The MP called upon the people to bring changes in their attitude for the cause of betterment. He also exhorted the students to take active participation in co-curricular activities that will help them to build all-round personality development.
In response to a memorandum submitted by DWS principal, Ering announced Rs 5 lakhs from his MPLAD fund for the initial construction work of Multi-Purpose Hall of the school.
Citing DWS as one of the finest schools in the district, local MLA Laeta Umbrey exhorted the students to think positive all the time and keep smiling even in worse situation.
Principal of the school, Father Joseph Roy also spoke on the occasion.
The school children presented colourful cultural events on the occasion. Awards of academic excellence were also given away in the evening.
Among others, DC Garima Gupta and ZP chairperson Chiliko Meto were present on the occasion. (DIPRO)

 

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