ProMASS: Nov 18, 2016: Nagaland chief Minister, T.R. Zeliang said peace is a pre-requisite for any development to take place. Speaking at the Jalukie town Golden Jubilee, under Paren district yesterday, Zeliang said Nagas are second to none and we can march forward if we are united. Stating that vision alone cannot bring a better future, he said vision must be translated into action.
The Chief minister urged the people to forgive and forget their past, and unite as one in order to strive forward. He said Jalukie with its fertile soil, known as the rice bowl of the state, has all the potential to become economically sound. If the people take the advantage and put a little extra effort, their economic condition would be much better.
The chief minister also lauded the town for having the only mid-night bazaar in the State where organic vegetables and fruits are sold. In this regard, he encouraged the farmers to strive hard and to venture out, saying their produce would be of high demand within and outside the state .With infrastructure development and various institutions flowing in to the district Zeliang called on the people of Jalukie to take opportunities make Jalukie a better town.