Imphal, Oct 31: Manipur Governor Dr. Najma Heptulla and Chief Minister N. Biren Singh today greet the people of the state particularly to the Kuki-Chin-Mizo community on occasion of the Kut Festival which is being celebrated on November 1.
In her message the governor of Manipur The festival symbolizes peace, harmony and unity transcending the barriers of caste, creed or religion.
“Let the spirit of Kut embrace one and all to strengthen the social fabric more than ever and bring prosperity to all the communities in the state”, the governor wrote.
In his message, the Chief Minister wrote that the Kut, the biggest and post harvest festival of Kuki-Chin-Mizo groups of people, is an occasion of thanksgiving to God for the bountiful harvest.
“The spirit of Kut is all about sharing, understanding, harmonious co-existence, co-operation and merriment. Kut festival has now come to occupy an important place in the hearts of all the people of Manipur”. Chief Minister wrote.
He also wish Kut festival this year to spred the message of love, peace, compassion and forgiveness among the people of Manipur.
“I am confident that the celebration of the festival in its true spirit will help in ensuring peaceful co-existence among all the ethnic groups in the state”, CM worte.
Forest and environment Minister Th. Shyamkumar, Social Welfare Minister Nemcha Kipgen, CAF & PD Minister Karam Shyam also wish the people of the state on occasion of the Kut festival.
Guv’, CM greets on Kut Festival