KHONSA, Sep 20: Parliamentary Secretary for DoTC and SWWCD, Yumsen Matey inaugurated a school building and a community hall at Lazu circle headquarters yesterday amid a huge gathering.
While addressing a meeting with GBs, PR leaders and public of Lazu circle, Matey said that no society could make any headway without education and asked the teachers, students and parents to accord top priority to studies.
MLA Kamthok Lowang, in his speech, while lauding the effort of Lazu MLA asked the people to extend their fullest cooperation to him so that he could bring more development.
Stating that Lazu circle has a long way to go to catch up with other more developed places, he urged the local people of Lazu circle to opt for horticulture or agriculture activities instead of poppy cultivation.
Tirap DC Sachin Sindhe, in his address, asked the youth to shun opium as it has the potential to destroy the society. He asked the people to work hard while assuring all possible help from the administration.
Tirap SP Vikranjit Singh, in his speech, opined that the tourism potential in Lazu which if explored could fetch a lot of tourists. (DIPRO)



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