Mizoram Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati
Mizoram Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati (left) chief minister Zoramthanga. File photo

Mizoram Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati and chief minister Zoramthanga on Wednesday extended greetings to the people of the state and wished them ahead of Christmas and New Year.

In his message, the Mizoram Governor urged the people to remember the message of love and compassion preached by Jesus Christ and also learn to make peace with fellow human beings.

“Christmas is a season of joy and happiness, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. It is also a time of peace and goodwill, as it signifies the reconciliation of God with mankind. And so, we must also learn to make peace with our fellow human beings,” he said.

“Let us remember the message of love and compassion that Jesus preached. We must learn to forgive one another and try to live together peacefully,” he said.

Kambhampati said, “The concept of ‘Unity in Diversity is important in Mizoram as we have people belonging to different communities, languages and religion.”

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As law-abiding citizens, it is our duty to maintain and promote peace and communal harmony at all cost, he said.

The Mizoram Governor also appealled to the people to cooperate with both the central and the state governments in order to achieve our Prime Minister’s vision of a self-reliant and new India.

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While greeting people in view of Christmas and New Year, Zoramthanga expressed regret for the inconvenience caused by the COVID19 pandemic that hindered the people from celebrating Christmas and New Year as usual.

He wished the people to celebrate Christmas and New Year with immense spiritual blessing despite the pandemic.

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