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Naga pilgrimage track road inaugurated



Molungyimsen | February 10: “Dr. Clark and his wife spend 160 days by ship to reach India to give us Christianity and education and that is why we are here today and is recognized by the world,” said parliamentary secretary, Tourism, Law & Justice, Yitachu. He was addressing during the candle lit service held at Molungyimsen village after completing a pilgrimage of 14 Kms from Dr. Chark’s bridge (Milak River) to Molungyimsen village.
He said the pilgrimage activities are being started and thereby more responsibilities are added to keep the activity move on and to show our identity.  His expression shows his contentment over the introduction of Naga pilgrimage track road as he said “the smallest tribe in Nagaland (Pochury) also took part in it” and acknowledged their participation. Asserting that the opening of PTR will bless the Nagas, the nation and the entire humanity on earth, he called upon the congregations to walk and work in a befitting manner and also urged the villagers to keep the village tidy.
Also MLA & Advisor, L. Temjen Jamir said the history created will ever remain in the life of the people and even in heaven if records are maintained properly. Director, Department of Tourism Y. Kikon in his brief address said the opening of pilgrimage track road will felicitate infrastructural developments and urged the villagers to maintain cleanliness in the village and also to spread the message of love and peace. President Pochury Christian forum recalled the journey of Dr. Clark who he said, Dr. Clark walked alone with fear from the headhunters, sadness and tears’, carrying the message of peace and to reach the Christianity in Nagaland, his courage and sacrifices has today made Nagaland a Christian state and appealed for peace and unity in the state.
Executive secretary ABAM Rev. Dr. Mar Atsongchanger congratulated all the people who took part in the pilgrimage, and acknowledged Molungyimsen villagers for supporting Dr. Clark, making sacrifices to bringing Christianity in the village and the Nagas in general and urged to keep up what is already established in the village.

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