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SILAPATHAR, March 15 � The 32nd Muktiar Rengam Ali Aye Lrigang Festival held at the Raj Kumar Taye Lotta field under the Silasuti Gaon Panchayat, 15 km from here, concluded on Friday with the participation of the Mising Rengam. On the inaugural day, the Mising flag was hoisted by Jayanta Mili, president of the organising committee. As many as 32 flags were hoisted on the occasion.

The three-day festival witnessed various cultural programmes including Mising, modern and Gumrag dances performed by various troupes. Competitions were also held.

On the last day, Johan Doley, executive member of the Mising Autonomous Council, was present. He appealed to every member of the Mising community to unite and make a contribution.

The other invited guests present on the concluding day were Kanak Doley, member of the Mising Autonomous Council, Devo Kanta Pegu, adviser of the Takam Mising Porin Kebang (TMPK) and other presidents and secretaries of the TMPK Anchalik units under the Sissiborgaon circle. A cultural programme was held in the evening in memory of Pranjal Permey.

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Ali Aye Lrigang festival celebrated

SILAPATHAR, March 15 � The 32nd Muktiar Rengam Ali Aye Lrigang Festival held at the Raj Kumar Taye Lotta field under the Silasuti Gaon Panchayat, 15 km from here, concluded on Friday with the participation of the Mising Rengam. On the inaugural day, the Mising flag was hoisted by Jayanta Mili, president of the organising committee. As many as 32 flags were hoisted on the occasion.

The three-day festival witnessed various cultural programmes including Mising, modern and Gumrag dances performed by various troupes. Competitions were also held.

On the last day, Johan Doley, executive member of the Mising Autonomous Council, was present. He appealed to every member of the Mising community to unite and make a contribution.

The other invited guests present on the concluding day were Kanak Doley, member of the Mising Autonomous Council, Devo Kanta Pegu, adviser of the Takam Mising Porin Kebang (TMPK) and other presidents and secretaries of the TMPK Anchalik units under the Sissiborgaon circle. A cultural programme was held in the evening in memory of Pranjal Permey.

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