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Encouraging step in Bajali

Bajali AJYCP unit felicitated 30 HS and HSLC pass outs at a function encouraging the student fraternity in the entire are on Sunday.
Presided over by Mridul Talukdar, the function at Puthimari LP School was attended by Binita Bora Dev, Nagesh Baishya along with several other noted persons.

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