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Is plastic-free Nagaland a myth?”

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The winners of different competitions along with the officials of DIG (Range/NAP) and judges at ADC Conference Hall, Mokokchung on September13.


Mokokchung, Sep. 13 (EMN):
A range-level literary competition on plastic-free Nagaland was held at ADC conference hall in Mokokchung on September 13. The event was organised by the DIG (Range/NAP), Mokokchung, under the aegis of the Nagaland Police Family Welfare Association.

The members of DEF Mokokchung, DEF Mon, DEF Longleng and 2nd NAP BN participated in debate, essay writing and painting competition held at the event. It was conducted for the children of Nagaland police personnel under the DIG (Range/NAP), Mokokchung.

The participants debated on the topic: “Is Plastic-free Nagaland a Myth?” while essay and painting competition was held on the topic “Plastic-free Nagaland.”

On the same day, another DIG range debate competition on human rights awareness was held on the topic: “Naga Customary Practices and Tradition are in tune with changing times.” It was also participated by the members from DEF Mokokchung, DEF Mon, DEF Longleng and 12th NAP (IR) BN.

The DIG range debate competition is an annual event and the winners are given the chance to participate in the state-level debate competition. This year, the winners will participate during the Police meet in November.

The judges for all the competitions were Temsuchuba Jamir, EAC, Mokokchung; Sentinaro, advocate; and Limasenla Jamir, asst. prof. Jubilee Memorial College, Mokokchung.

The competitions were moderated by Pholosing Sangtam NPS, deputy SP (R) Mokokchung while Etssimongo Ngullie, DIG (RANGE/NAP), Mokokchung, gave the keynote address. The closing remarks of the event were given by Imtimeren, NPS additional SP, Mokokchung.

 

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