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Veterinary workers detained

Police detained several workers of the state animal husbandry and veterinary department at the dharna site on Monday while they were holding protest in front of the directorate office demanding government steps to regularize their jobs. They alleged that despite repeated appeal the governmenthas been failing to address their issues. Their salary amounts are inadequate and that too is irregular. They further alleged the Government has been lacking a specific policy to end their issues. When the authority tired to disperse them, they refused to leave the spot forcing the police to arrest and detain them at the dhanra site. Notably, the workers recruited from 1986 have not been regularized. The striking workers further declared that they would go for an indefinite strike if the Government fails to listen to them.
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Guwahati Court summons Rahul

6 Aug 2016 - 5:43pm | AT News

A local court in Guwahati on Saturday issued  summon to Rahul Gandhi to appear before it on September 29 in connection with a defamation case pending against the Congress vice president.

Acting on a criminal defamation case filed by a RSS member, the Kamrup Metropolitan Court has asked Gandhi to appear before the court where the petitioner has alleged that the Congress top leader, in a rally in Guwahati a couple of months back, accused RSS of killing Mahatma Gandhi.

It assumed significance hardly after a month Gandhi refused to tender apology before RSS even after the Supreme Court asked him to do so. He instead said that there is no question of apologising or expressing regret.

BPF-BPPF unification move

16 Jan 2016 - 10:18pm | Hantigiri Narzary

At a time  when preparations are afoot to be unified  in between BPF  and BPPF on Sunday at Dotma Tulungapuri in Kokrajhar, the BJP and AIUDF parties have termed that the unification move is a drama one, besides it would not be benefitted to the  party in the political ground in tgd Bodo belt as BPPF itself lost people's mandate. 

Former BTC executive member and BJP leader Mono Kumar Brahma has termed that the unification move in between BPF and BPPF party is a tactic of political drama to gain peoples support. It is nothing, but a political scenery only among public, Brahma slamming Rabiram Narzary, president of BPPF said that Rabiram is joining the BPF party for his personal interest, not for common masses. Rabiram's joining in BPF will badly impact in days to coming as he has lost peoples mandate in last elections, Mono said. 

Brahma also told that decade ago, both Rabiram Narzary and Hagrama Mohilary were main creator of separate parties and fraticidal incidents in the region, but now they are going to shakes hand each other to show their political lobbies, keeping common publics on dark. The BPF could not be gained their party strength and status, though party is going to unified ahead Assam Assembly elections. It is a political motive and hiding agenda of the leaders of BPF party, he alleged. 

BTC MCLA and AIUDF leader Abdul Ali Mondal, expressing his reaction to the unification move in between Hagrama Mohilary and Rabiram Narzary, is only a step to show their aspects. He said that presently Rabiram has lost his public support, so he going to join with BPF party. BPF will face tough after joining the party as because common masses will turn other parties.Mondol also claimed that his party will gain it's party based among common citizens in the ensuing assembly elections. 

2 injured as MLA's vehicle hits bike

14 Dec 2014 - 6:56pm | Hantigiri Narzary

Two persons of a family sustained serious injury when a bolero vehicle driven by West Kokrajhar MLA Pradeep Brahma collided its head on a two wheeler in Kokrajhar on Sunday.   

The incident took place in the morning at Kuksi bazar in Dotma on the Serfanguri-Bilashipara road in the district. An eye witness told Assam Times that the MLA himself drove the Scorpio which hit the pulsar bike on its way for Fakiragram at around 9.30 am.

The injured were first immediately rushed to Fakiragram hospital and then to the Bongaigaon Lower Assam hospital for better treatment. They were identified as Ashraful Alom (26) and Ariful Alom (20). Brahma called it an unfortunate incident and assured the family members of all medical expenditure.