Imphal: Governor of Manipur, La Ganesan led the way in extending greetings to the people of the state on the occasion of Kut festival which is celebrated on November 1 every year.
In his message, governor Ganesan greeted the people of the state, particularly “to our brothers from Kuki-Chin-Mizo community on the happy and auspicious occasion of Kut festival 2021”.
Governor Ganesan said that Kut, which is a post-harvest thanksgiving festival, “also symbolize peace, harmony and unity rising above the barriers of caste, creed or religion”. Stating that more and more people belonging to different communities have joined in the celebration spreading the message of oneness, governor Ganesan called on all to embrace the spirit of Kut to strengthen the social fabric and bring prosperity to all communities in the state.
Chief Minister N Biren Singh in his greeting the people of the state on the occasion of Kut said that “Kut or Chavang Kut, which is celebrated on 1st November every year marks the end of harvesting season and thanksgiving to the almighty for an abundant harvest”.
Stating that the festival has all brought together communities cutting across religion and faith, Biren Singh said, he hoped that “the festival will facilitate greater love, oneness and brotherhood amongst all communities in the state”.
IPR minister Th Biswajit, Agriculture minister O Lukhoi, Forest minister Awangbow Newmai, CAF& PD minister Th Satyabrata, among others also joined in greeting the people of the state on the auspicious occasion of Kut.