Army wives meet Bhergaon martyrs kin
Army Wives Welfare Association represented by Regional President AWWA, Gajraj Corps, Smt Sandhya Krishnan today met and offered deepest condolences and sympathies to the family of Sepoy (Late) Prabin Das of village Gogapara,Bhergaon in the district of Udalguri, who made the supreme sacrifice while fighting hard core terrorists in Srinagar, J& K on June 24.
Sepoy (Late) Prabin Das is survived by his mother Sewali Das and two brothers. Smt Sandhya Krishnan presented financial assistance to the mother of the martyr on behalf of Indian Army and promised all possible help to the bereaved family. Indian Army has a legacy of honouring its martyrs and taking care of their bereaved families.
6 Aug 2008 - 2:31pm | UttamKumarBorthakur
The AGP (P), AGP, AASU, AJYCP all had their chance within and in proximity of the governments ruling the state. The BJP in fact ruled the country. What were they doing during their stints as regards detection and deportation of foreign nationals? At this moment, these people are trying to whip up a frenzy similar to the now forgotten times of Assam Movement thirty years ago. That, the polls are in the offing and these people are getting busy are no coincidence at all. To find or to seek patriotism in polticians would be an exercise in self-deception, (as a friend has reminded me in the context of American aggression in Iraq vis a vis carving up that country between oil companies like Exxon, Mobil, Chevron and BP). Safeguarding the country and the people were never paramount in their list of priorities and the way Manmohanomics has reduced even the parliament to a free-market would drive home this point. On the other end of the spectrum, the Congress, the AUDF, the AAMSU etc. are spewing fire against discrimination and trying to pose as the saviours of the 'minority' (a misnomer) interests. Yesterday, Mr. Badaruddin was up in arms in the TV against any action to goad human beings like animals and chicken for the purpose of deportation. In fact, the AGP (P), AGP, AASU, AJYCP with their jingoist attitude and rhetorics are creating grounds for these people to spew venom. There is a pathetic effort on the part of AASU, AGP et al to try ad-hoc and make believe platforms like Goria Moria organisation to show representation from the 'minority' quarters.
The people of Assam would do well to try build up separate fora from the lowest level taking into confidence all people of various ethnic, religious, linguistic groups and ensuring their representation and participation in such fora in search for a solution, if any, for this problem of gargantuan proportions and not be distracted by jingoism and progroms sought to be enacted by the self-seekers once again to sunder the social fabric of Assam for their petty personal political gains. The people of Assam should shun the battle cries of these political ( some of them pathetically tries to prove that they are not political and they have some gullible followers too) and take a path that would bring real succour to this unfortunate state/people.
11 Feb 2017 - 8:09am | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said the peace and unity is the main root while bringing development and integration among all sections of communities in the state.
The 15th Bodoland Day was celebrated at BTC Secretariat ground, Bodofa Nwgwr in Kokrajhar on Friday to mark the 15 years historic BTC Accprd Day with a day- long colourful programme amid a huge gathering of people from all walk of life.
Chief Minister Sonowal attended the function as chief guest. In his speech, the chief minister stressed the need to build a peaceful and healthy society free from corruption,terrorism,infilltration, pollution. He said development happens only when there is peace and harmony. Stating that the Bodos are the earliest settlers of Assam, he said “without Bodos, greater Assamese cannot be built”.
Sonowal assured all possible help for development of BTC. He also shower praise to BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary of development activities in his 14 years rule as BTC chief since its inception in the region.
He said that BTAD administration has been emphasizing for bringing peace and unity in the region.
‘We must maintain peace and tranquility among all sections of communities through which citizens could gain development’, Sonowal said adding that state government has been working with dedicated to bring more development projects like education, social uplift through which citizens could be gaining our state to meet good governance, CM said.
Hagrama Mohilary,BTC chief said that BTC administration celebrated Bodoland Day on the historic BTC Accord Day,which was singed on February 10 in between centre,state and the then BLT leaders.The BTC region look ushering of development in all aspects like road communication,health,education after signing the Bodo accord.He has claimed that 80 percent of the clauses of the BTC accord has so far implemented in today’s era.He said that his council was working for all round development of all communities in the region with several new initiatives.
‘Formation of model BTC is the prime job with bringing well develop among citizens of all sections’,Mohilary said.
He has urged citizens of the region to maintain peace and unity to gain more development aspects in the region.
Ambassador Deepak Vohra, special advisor to Prime Minister of Lesotho nad Guinea-Bissau, in his speech lauded Mohilary of development in the Council region and assured necessary help and cooperation.
Assam Agriculture minister Atul Bora,who is also Assam Gana Parishad president,for Assembly speaker and Assam state BJP chief Ranjit Das also spoke the occasion.They appreciated BTC chief Mohilary for initiating remarkable journey to the field of development and unity after inception BTC in the region.
Earlier BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary paid tribute to Bodoland Martyrs at Bodoland Martyrs cemetery situated at Debargaon. Mohilary also lighted the lamp and paid floral tribute at the statue of Bodofa Upendra Nath Brahma in front of the BTC secretariat.
Two important awards constituted by bTC administration- Promod Chandra Brahma literary award presented to noted writer and Sahitya Academy awardee Anjanli Basumatary(Anju) and Nileswar Brahma cultural award was presented to super dancer grand finalist Massom Narzary by chief minister.
A colourful cultural programme and display of tableaus by various departments of BTC was showcase.
The BTC authority also felicitated award winning writers, sports persons and artists who brought laurels to the region through their works.
Among those present on the occasion includes Assam ministers Pramila Rani Brahma,Rihan Daimary, Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daimary, BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary,Rabiram Narzary,Kamalsing Narzary,MLAs.
2 Jul 2018 - 12:32am | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
KOKRAJHAR: In a bid to encourage the upcoming youths, the Goria Moria Desi Jatiya Parishad of Kokrajhar district unit offered warm felicitation to the successful students, who passed out HS/HSLC final examinations, 2018 at a programme held at Baruahpara LP School premises in Kokrajhar on Sunday. A total 62 students were feted on the occasion with traditional Gamocha, gift items and books. State minister for Social welfare department, Pramila Rani Brahma; Kokrajhar SP, Rajen Singh; President of the Parishad, Hafijul Ahmed attended the programme as distinguished guests and felicitated the successful students that attracted attended gathering. Brahma urged the student community to be dedicated while pursuing higher studies in their career building. She said that education is the backbone of the society, so each and every student must work hard and to climb the ladder of sucess.