Mizoram on Tuesday marked the 50th anniversary of the State Legislative Assembly by holding a special Assembly Session. On the occasion Lok Sabha Speaker, Om Birla has conveyed his greetings on the Golden Jubilee.
It is to be mentioned that Birla was earlier invited to grace the golden jubilee celebration but he was not able to attend it.
The Lok Sabha Speaker in his message appreciated the peaceful electoral processes of Mizoram. He said that Mizoram Legislative Assembly’s graceful conduct of proceedings of the House presents to all a role model for our democracy.
He also wished that the Mizoram Legislative Assembly would continue embarking on such exemplary good works and set high benchmarks in this regard even in the years to come.
Om Birla also said Mizoram is an important land bridge in India’s Act-East policy, making India’s critical trade and connectivity linkages with Myanmar and Bangladesh.
He further added that Mizo society is knitted together by a very unique code of ethics which calls everyone to be hospitable, kind, unselfish, and helpful to others, with a sense of charity while putting community above self.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Minister Zoramthanga said, “We are a shining example of the benefits of peace and it is upon us to take the message of peace to the rest of the nation and to the world.”
The main event of the Golden Jubilee celebration was held through the Special Assembly Session, wherein Governor Dr Hari Babu Kambhampati graced as the chief guest.
The session was chaired by the Speaker of the legislative Assembly Lalrinliana Sailo. Assam Legislative Assembly Speaker Biswajit Daimary also attended the special session and paid rich tributes to the Mizo woman Ropuiliani who fought valiantly against the British and was imprisoned for that.
This is noted that Mizoram became a Union Territory in 1972 and the first Assembly Session was held on 10 May, 1972.
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