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Arunachal Guv, CM greet people on Chalo Loku

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ITANAGAR, Nov 24 - Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (retd) Dr BD Mishra and Chief Minister Pema Khandu have greeted the people of the State on the occasion of Chalo Loku, the annual agricultural festival of the Nocte community.

�On this auspicious occasion, I join the fold of our Noctes to offer our prayer to Almighty �Rang� for socio-cultural and socio-economic well being of one and all,� the Governor said in a message here, while appealing to every citizen of the State to observe all protective protocols against COVID-19.

He expressed the hope that the socio-religious festival would foster peace and brotherhood among fellow citizens of the State and the country.

Chief Minister Khandu, joining the Noctes � one of the most vibrant tribes of the State � in celebrating the end of the harvest season, prayed for a better harvest next year.

�Chalo Loku is as colourful as the Noctes, who have been blessed by Mother Nature with her bounty. While thanking the Almighty for a bountiful harvest this season, I join my Nocte brethren in offering prayers for a better season next year,� the Chief Minister said in a message.

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Arunachal Guv, CM greet people on Chalo Loku

ITANAGAR, Nov 24 - Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (retd) Dr BD Mishra and Chief Minister Pema Khandu have greeted the people of the State on the occasion of Chalo Loku, the annual agricultural festival of the Nocte community.

�On this auspicious occasion, I join the fold of our Noctes to offer our prayer to Almighty �Rang� for socio-cultural and socio-economic well being of one and all,� the Governor said in a message here, while appealing to every citizen of the State to observe all protective protocols against COVID-19.

He expressed the hope that the socio-religious festival would foster peace and brotherhood among fellow citizens of the State and the country.

Chief Minister Khandu, joining the Noctes � one of the most vibrant tribes of the State � in celebrating the end of the harvest season, prayed for a better harvest next year.

�Chalo Loku is as colourful as the Noctes, who have been blessed by Mother Nature with her bounty. While thanking the Almighty for a bountiful harvest this season, I join my Nocte brethren in offering prayers for a better season next year,� the Chief Minister said in a message.

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