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Transport Union plant trees in Hojai.

Hojai:- In tune with 69th Van Mahoutsav celebrations across the state, Hojai District Truck Union Worker's  in association with Hojai Forest Department planted several sapling' s at Gandhi Vidya Pith  High School Campus and Gandhi Vidya Pith High School road in Hojai on Saturday.

Head Master Of Gandhi Vidya Pith High School Alok Gupta, Officer in Charge (O.C) Kiteshwar Baniya, Hojai District's Jamiat A Ul Ma General Secretary Fakhar Qazmi and Member's of Hojai District Truck Association were present on this occasion.

It is to be mentioned that this union since many days is working for the welfare of the society and providing financial help to the needy talented student's who are deprived of higher studies because of financial crisis.

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