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Sahabuddin quits ABMSU

Sahabuddin Ali Ahmed, president of All BTC Minority Students Union (ABMSU) resigned from the presidential post and decided to join in ruling Congress party while existing general secretary Lafikul Islam Ahmed unanimously selected president of the union. 

Ahmed told that he has quit the students union following personal reason to involve himself into active politics. He has resigned from the president of the students union on February 18 and the general body meeting of the students union formally accepted his resignation that has been convened on Sunday. He will join ruling Congress party along with huge supporters on February 24 at Rajib Bhawan in Guwahati.

On the participation into upcoming election Ahmed told that he would not contest in the election, but would campaign for the party to make majority winning of the Congress all over the region. Peoples of the state should get good governance and healthy living among society that is why he has decided to join in the party. Ahmed hold twice president of the students union and served to the society.

A general meeting of the students union was organized on Sunday at Bhotgaon in Kokrajhar where delegates from various district committees of the student body participated and accepted the resignation of Ahmed. 

The executive committee and different district committees of the students union felicitated Sahabuddin with boukey and phulam Gamocha at a farewell function held at Bhotgaon in Kokrajhar. 

Lafikul Islam Ahmed of Kokrajhar, existing general secretary of the students union and Shah Kamal Kandakar of Chirang were unanimously selected as new president and general secretary of the students union respectively. 

Lafikul Islam Ahmed said that the students union gave a farewell to Sahabuddin, ex president of the union, who had served the society having shouldering presidentship of the union. He said that the students union was working for the all round development, specially education among minority community in the region. 

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