DIPHU, Jan 12: The two-day long 2nd Havar Fest concluded on Sunday amid much merriment and valor at Rongthelu.
On the concluding day, KAAC CEM Tuliram Ronghang attended the event as chief guest along with MP Horensing Bey and his other colleagues. While addressing the gathering, CEM promised to construct a well equipped auditorium hall at Rongthelu . He also expressed his appreciation to the organising committee of Havar Fest for bringing the people of Rongthelu area together in fostering Karbi traditions and culture.
“Because of your dedication towards Karbi culture and traditions, KAAC will carry out massive developmental works in Rongthelu area. A well equipped auditorium hall will also be constructed at Rongthelu under the Annual Action Plan 2020-2021,” CEM stated.
CEM Ronghang also promised to give his all for the betterment of Karbi Anglong and said that he will continue to pressurize the government to grant autonomous state to Karbi Anglong and Dima Hasao.
On the other hand, MP Horensing Bey also stated that he mentioned about statehood issue during his speech at the Parliament. He went on to say that he will continue to pressurize the government regarding the matter and urged the people to cooperate with him.
Meanwhile, JACAS chairman Khorsing Teron is all praise to the people of Rongthelu for organising the event. On the other hand, he urged the public to give more importance to education.
“We should dance, sing and celebrate, but education should be given the first priority. We should educate the younger generations for they are our future. We will reach nowhere without education,” Teron stated.
Teron also encouraged women to preserve traditional loom saying that the public should opt for traditional clothes woven by local women rather than supplied goods.
Today’s event was attended by a host of KAAC leaders who include KAAC CEM Tuliram Ronghang as chief guest, MP Horensing Bey as guest of honour, KAAC speaker Longki Timung, EMs Mongol Sing Timung, Lunsing Teron, MACs Darsing Ronghang, Ramsing Timung , ex EM Surjya Rongphar, JACAS chairman Khorsing Teron, Board chairman Krish Rongphar, social activist Saising Rongpi and others.