Nagaland's well known Hornbill Festival, yearly held from December 1 to 10, will be composed for all intents and purposes this year attributable to the COVID pandemic. The Nagaland state government prior pulled in analysis after its travel industry division gave a notice, approaching different offices to start arrangements for the said celebration.
Nagaland's opposition party, the Naga People's Front (NPF), had scrutinized the express government's choice to commend the yearly uber worldwide function in the midst of the pandemic. Albeit a large portion of the festivals will be held essentially, the NPF is of the feeling that the transition to commend the function this year is only a 'self-destruction mission'.
In spite of the fact that the Hornbill Festival used to be an ideal occasion to help the travel industry area of the state, by displaying the conventional legacy of the clans to the rest of the world, the NPF is of the sentiment that the deluge of both homegrown and global sightseers during this emergencies circumstance would probably demonstrate cataclysmically.