Nagaland’s Peace Channel plans to transform the Christian majority state in north eastern India into the happiest and most peaceful place in the country by 2030.
This was stated by the director of Peace Channel Father C.P. Anto in his keynote address at the 12th Peace Knit Fest 2019 celebration held at Don Bosco Youth Centre, Wokha town, 75 km north of Kohima, the state capital. The September 20 event addressed the theme “Transformed to transform.”
In order to achieve the dream, Father Anto stressed the need to move from micro identity of tribe, religion, caste, class and region to macro identity as human beings in which everyone would learn to accept and respect one another. The Catholic priest also encouraged all the participants to work collaboratively and pledge toward making Nagaland a peaceful State.
“In order to make the “Vision 2030” a reality, Peace Channel in collaboration with private college association of Nagaland and all Nagaland private school association wish to work towards achieving this dream in the days to come,” the priest stated.