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Anti drugs rally at Bijni

The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) organized an anti drugs rally at Bijni town where over thousand student, common public participated with banner, placards demanding stern action against use of drugs and illegal gambling in the region on Monday in Chirang district. 

The rally was orgsnised by Bijni anchalik committee ABSU in association with Chirang district ABSU in protest against abuse drugs

Promod Boro, president of the students union, BTC MCLA Guneswar Goyary participated the rally, which was started from Bijni Bandhav HS school ground and concluded at Lakhi Mandir ground. 

Boro demanded government as well district administrations in the region should take stern steps against illegally use of drugs and running of illegally gambling in the state. The running of  illegally gambling and uses drugs have been affecting social integration among society, that is why all kinds drugs related uses should be stopped and held healthy situation in the region, he said.

 

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