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Govt is working giving utmost importance to the welfare of the tribals: Tribal Welfare Minister

The government is working giving utmost importance to the welfare of the tribals. The present government is sincere towards cultural development of different tribal communities, enunciated Tribal Welfare Minister Rampada Jamatia after inaugurating 24 Kalajhari Utsav organized at Karbook Panjiham HS School ground jointly by Information & Cultural Affairs department and Karbook sub-division on December 5. He said, cultural exchange promotes friendliness and brotherhood among people Our state itself is enriched with cultural mix of 19 tribal communities in the state besides Bengali community.

The dance forms, music and food habits carry the identity of each culture. Everyone must come forward for the overall development of the state leaving all kinds of differences behind. The Tribal Welfare Minister also spoke on cultural development of those residing in Kalajhari hill area and on the importance of organizing Kalajhari Utsav. He also spoke on different future plans of the state government for the development of Karbook, Amarpur and Gandatwisa sub- division.

MP Rebati Tripura said, every community must hold their culture intact besides modernization. He said, a person can express himself through cultural exchange. He also spoke about the pride of our state like Padmashri Thanga Darlong, Beni Chandra Jamatia and Satyaram Reang.

Welcome speech was delivered by the convenor of 24 Kalahari Utsav Karbook SDM Partha Das. Others present in the programme were Chairman of Silachari Block Advisory Committee Thoing Mog. Vice-Chairman of Karbook Block Advisory Committee Pranab Kumar Tripura, social activist Atindra Reang and Sanjoy Manik Tripura.

The programme was presided over by Chairman of Karbook Block Advisory Committee Asim Tripura. The inaugural programme was followed by different folk dance forms such as Garia dance, Hojagiri dance, Lebang Bumani, Mamita, Biju, Sangrai, Dhamail etc. and folk songs. Total 23 cultural teams participated in the programme.


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