BORDURIA, Feb 10: While appreciating the several works undertaken by the church leaders for maintaining peace and tranquillity in the state, Arunachal Pradesh BJP president Tapir Gao Sunday lauded the role of churches in moulding the society.
Gao was addressing the huge gathering of Christian believers on the occasion of the dedication programme of a prayer centre at village Pansumthong of Nokte Baptist Asathem Roapkhhoan (NBAR) under Borduria circle of Tirap district.
“Our works need to be guided by good people and that we should remain God fearing so that any wrong things are not repeated again and again. The role of Christian church leaders will always be remembered because they have played a vital role in moulding the society in right direction and now peace and tranquillity is prevailing in the state due to emergence of Christianity, Gao said.
He emphasised the people to have tolerance and appreciated the people of Christian community for maintaining tolerance and with patience one can move forward for the unification of community and development of state. He urged upon the masses to come forward and shoulder responsibility for the development of state and country.
Imn his address, former chairman of Rubber Board, LIkha Maj said the people have always been there and have always been guided by several experienced people for the welfare and development of several churches in the state.
He urged upon the people to believe in god and remain God fearing so that one can work with dedication and sincerity for the development and welfare of the family and society as well. He said that the prayer centre should be utilised for the betterment of the community, believers and god fearing people, the centre should be utilised for the purpose of miraculous works for the suffering of the people and spiritual and devotional purpose and reformation.
Rev. Asenba Imsong, NBAR president Poro Bangsia, secretary Tarun Thinok also graced the gathering while BJP secretary Tarh Tarak, public leader Chapung Wangsu, Hangliam Sumnyan were present.