Dr Kameswar Brahma, president of the sabha hoisted sabha flag in the presence of huge thronged of writer and publics on its second day of ongoing 55th annual conference of the sabha held at Birhangaon ground in Chirang district on Saturday. Dr Brahma received guard of honour march-past presented by volunteers.Biseswar Basumatary, vice president of the sabha paid homage to martyrs, who were sacrifice their lives to the caused of Bodo language and literary development.
Dr Brahma alleged the state government of Assam that the government never want development of Bodo language and medium, of which why still today Bodo language has been deprived from its proper development so far. The sabha has been demanding solution of various issue and demanding since long years which included separate directorate for Bodo medium, appointment of teachers in Bodo medium schools; but govt has yet to take stern steps to the demands, he said.
'We will continue our democratic agitation to put pressure regarding solutions of the demands till achieve of sustainable development and growth of Bodo language and medium', said Dr Brahma also express serious concern over the step motherly attitude of state government towards gravity of the sabha's issues. He said that the sabha has invited all tribal sahitya sabhas except Assam sahitya sabha in the session citating that the sahitya sabha has not been sincerity towards tribal sahitya sabhas including Bodo sahitya sabha in the state.
Altogether 30 books including souvenir, poem, short stories were opened in the book inauguration session of the conference.
Noted writers Taren Boro, Dr Mangalsingh Hazoary, Ranjit Kumar Borgoyary, Harinarayan Kaklary, Sushil Kumar Brahma were prominent attendees on the occasion.