Kohima: Nagaland Governor RN Ravi on Tuesday met with religious leaders from the Hindu, Muslim, Jain, Sikh, Buddhist and Indigenous faith communities to discuss the COVID situation in the state.
This comes a day after he met church leaders of various Christian denominations in the state on Monday.
Held at Dr Imkongliba Hall at Raj Bhavan, the Governor told religious leaders that such an extraordinary situation calls for concerted efforts of every individual, every section of the society, every faith and every community.
The PRO to the Governor informed that during the meeting, the Governor urged the faith leaders to rise to the occasion and proactively make people more conscious for strict adherence to the COVID-19 appropriate protocols and also encourage the eligible people for vaccination.
The Governor also acknowledged the leaders for their valuable suggestions and assured them that matters would be taken up with the state government for further action.
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