ITANAGAR, Sep 17: State Assembly Speaker P D Sona, who attended the closing ceremony of the North East Students’ Festival (NESt Fest) at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on Saturday, has commended the ‘My Home India (MHI)’, the organizer of the event for its vital steps in promoting cross-cultural understanding and unity between the Northeast states and the rest of the country.
NESt Fest, the largest gathering of North East students in the national capital region, has consistently drawn participants from all eight NE states, with over 10,000 enthusiastic students attending every year.
Addressing the massive gathering, Sona expressed his deep honor at being a part of the event that brought the vibrant cultures and talents of the eight Northeastern states to the rest of India.
“I am truly honoured to be a part of this event”, stated Sona while commending the organization for its invaluable efforts in promoting cross-cultural understanding and unity between the NE states and the rest of the country.
This event not only serves as a platform for showcasing the rich diversity of Northeast India but also fosters meaningful connections between individuals from across India and the Northeast, effectively encapsulating the essence of 'My Home India, asserted Sona
Meanwhile, Sona advocated continued organization of such events, emphasizing their significance in nurturing and supporting the student community.