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PLA Celebrates Raising Day

IMPHAL, Sep 26: The 32nd raising day of the PLA was celebrated by all the units/departments of the party as well as at different places together with the people yesterday. The celebration at the party Hqs commenced with hoisting of the party’s flag.

Offering of tributes to departed cadres of the party was another main highlight of the function where many leaders delivered speeches in connection with the raising day, conveyed a press release issued by the outfit’s department of publicity chief GM Changjou. The raising day function was also held in an interior village of Churachandpur district under the aegis of the party’s department of minority affairs.

Cultural programs, patriotic songs, recitation, joint feast and extension of aid to aged and underprivileged people were the highlight of the function. The raising day function was also observed in some foreign countries too, it said. While extending gratitude to all those who participated in successful observance of the raising day function, the outfit also conveyed solidarity to those who endured assault and harassment at the hands of security forces for helping organize the event.

The ongoing armed conflict between revolutionaries and security forces has resulted in a tense situation in the State. Nevertheless, the liberation movement would end in success. ‘On this auspicious occasion, the PLA would like to assure that we would fight relentlessly until the desired goal/situation is achieved’, added the release.

(Courtesy: The Sangai Express)

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