Aizawl the 30th June, 2022: Remna Ni celebration was held in Mizoram today. In Aizawlah, Chief Minister Pu Zoramthanga chaired the function at Vanapa Hall.
The Chief Minister said, “The peace agreement was not made according to the wishes of the Indian government, the wishes of the Mizoram people, the wishes of the underground government “God has given us a peace that we can all accept,” he said. He said that Mizoram’s peace process is long but God has put everything together for its success. He said that Mizoram’s peace process is long but God has put everything together for its success.
The Chief Minister said that one of the reasons for the greatness of the agreement is that it contains valuable protection for Mizoram. He said that Article 371G is the result of an agreement signed by both parties at the sacrifice of both parties . . . .
Pu Zoramthanga said that the 36th anniversary of Remna Ni is a sign of the success of peace. He thusawiah hian Chief Minister Pu Lal Thanhawla chuan Zoram remna hi state dang leh ram dang mite pawhin an awh thu a sawi a. He said that Mizoram has signed agreements with neighboring states but problems have been faced. The Chief Minister said that Mizoram does not have large scale exports but the most important thing that people want is the peace we have in Zoram.
He said that the Zoram mipuite are the ones who are trying to make peace. He said that the Zoram mipuite are the ones who are trying to make peace. He invited the people to remind themselves of the value of peace, to be safe and to be a preacher of the gospel of peace to others.
Pu Navin Kumar Choudhary, Chief Secretary chaired the program and welcomed the participants. Remna Ni documentary prepared by DC Aizawl, DIPR, Art & Culture and ICT department was also reviewed. NGO Coordination Committee Member Pu Lalhmachhuana and MKHC Chairman Rev. Fr. Dr. A.S. Vanlalnghaka Ralte’s speech was also heard.
State leaders and government officials, church and NGO representatives were present at the function.