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Festivals are assets for society: Tuki

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ITANAGAR, April 5 � Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today termed festivals as assets for a society which not only provides a platform for interaction and merry-making but also to learn one�s tradition and culture.

Participating in the Mopin festival, the agriculture-based festival of the Galo tribe at Mopin-Solung ground here, Tuki appealed people not just to preserve the tradition but also to promote it as a part of cultural tourism for the State.

Citing the Tawang festival, Siang River festival and Pangsau Pass festival, Tuki said if festivals are linked with tourism, it will be highly beneficial for the State. He also announced that the government will formulate a policy in this regard.

The festival was organised by the Mopin Festival Celebration Committee Itanagar where several hundred people from all walks of life participated in their best traditional attire. � PTI

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Festivals are assets for society: Tuki

ITANAGAR, April 5 � Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today termed festivals as assets for a society which not only provides a platform for interaction and merry-making but also to learn one�s tradition and culture.

Participating in the Mopin festival, the agriculture-based festival of the Galo tribe at Mopin-Solung ground here, Tuki appealed people not just to preserve the tradition but also to promote it as a part of cultural tourism for the State.

Citing the Tawang festival, Siang River festival and Pangsau Pass festival, Tuki said if festivals are linked with tourism, it will be highly beneficial for the State. He also announced that the government will formulate a policy in this regard.

The festival was organised by the Mopin Festival Celebration Committee Itanagar where several hundred people from all walks of life participated in their best traditional attire. � PTI