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State Anthem of Nagaland Played for the First Time After 58 Years

State Anthem of Nagaland Played for the First Time After 58 Years

For the primary time in 58 years, the anthem was played within the Nagaland Assembly session. it had been played both before and after Nagaland Governor RN Ravi addressed the 7th Session of the 13th Nagaland legislature on Lincoln's Birthday, 2021. This happened for the primary time since Nagaland got statehood on December 1, 1963, that the anthem was played within the House.


This rare event was shared by the safety analyst Nitin A Gokhale on his Twitter. He urged people to observe the video and informed them this was played the very first time anthem 'Jana Gana Mana' was played in Nagaland Assembly since December 1, 1963.


The seventh session of the 13th Nagaland legislature (NLA), which got underway on Lincoln's Birthday, ended before schedule on Friday with its share of a replacement tradition.


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Statehood Day:


Nagaland observed its 58th foundation day today. A muted event with strict Covid-19 protocols marked the celebrations within the capital of Kohima. Chief minister Neiphiu Rio greeted the people of the state and paid rich tributes to the leaders, whose determination ensured the creation of Nagaland state with special Constitutional provisions because the 16th state of the Union of India on December 1, 1963. He received the overall salute from a five-team parade contingent at the Civil Secretariat Plaza in Kohima.


Nagaland Assembly Passes Rs 22,817-cr Budget:


On February 19, the Nagaland Assembly Friday passed a Rs 22,817-crore allow 2021-22 fiscal by voice vote. Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, who also holds charge of the finance portfolio, had presented the Rs 2679.46-crore deficit budget within the House on Thursday. The assembly also passed four other bills, including the Nagaland Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (Amendment) Bill 2021, and three other appropriation bills.


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