AKRSU resolves to intensified mass agitation
The All Koch Rajbongsi Students Union (AKRSU) has resolved to intensified vigorous mass movement with slogan of ‘Do or Die’ to seeking Scheduled Tribe (ST) status and reconstruction of Kamatapur separate state within Indian constitution.
The students union observed its 26th foundation day with two-day long programme scheduled at Kalipukhuri ground in Kokrajhar district on Friday and Saturday.In the observation,students union resolved to intensified vigorous mass movement alleging that state and centre government have been tactically delayed the issues of ST status granting and reconstruction of Kamatapur state in the region.
The students union termed BJP led state government is misolia government because BJP party has failed to fulfill promises and commitment, which had promised during election times.
Hiteswar Barman,president of AKRSU announce his betrayal on government said that the students union will now decides to go strong mass movement for the issues ST status to the Koch Rajbongsi community,Kamatapur issues which have been politically delayed by govt.
‘We have lost patience of govt,so we have decided to go mass agitation on the issues within short period of days with slogan of ‘Do or Die’ for demands of the community issues’,said Barman.
“BJP led state govt has tactically delayed issue ST granting,Kamatapur state in the region.Students union resolves to go mass movement with slogans of Do or Die for community issues within short period of days,no compromise with ST status,Kamatapur state”,Barman added.
An open session was also organized on the day with Hiteswar Barman,president of AKRSU in the chair.BJP MLA for Galakganj LAC Ashini Sarkar Roy graced as chief guest,former BTC executive member Derhasat Basumatary,leaders from AASAA,Motok Chatra Parishad were present on the occasion.
27 Mar 2016 - 6:00pm | Shajid Khan
The sorry state of affairs and absence of on duty doctors in some government hospitals in the state is not unheard of. Proper health care has remained a far cry for the poor people of Tangla and neighbouring places as doctors employed in 30 beded CHC Tangla are busy either serving their patients in their private clinics or remain unattended during the duty period.
A similar incident happened at the 30 beded CHC Tangla on Sunday. An aged high pressure patient named Gopinath Das was left unattended for more than a hour. The on-duty doctor Dr.Biswajit Oja who was duty-bound to treat patients from 2.30 pm was absent.
When this correspondent called the doctor at 3.10 pm over phone the doctor blantly replied "I am at Borengajuli Satra for naam-kirtan...I will be there". The Satra is at a distance of more than 12kms from the hospital. The on duty nurses said" Currently, Instead of five doctors we have been running the hospital with only three doctors".
The critical condition of the patient prompted the nurses to refer the patient to Mangaldai Civil hospital by 102 ambulance.
Ironically such incidents make the common man's right to proper treatment at the government-sponsored hospitals of the state a far cry . The Assam health department’s much-hyped ‘Good Health For All’ has only become a farce in today’s context.
It is the government hospitals in Assam that are in dire need of treatment. Thanks to the lofty promises of the health department of the Assam government. For want of proper care, these hospitals cannot but, neglect the patients and leave them to their fate.
13 Dec 2012 - 1:24am | Anup Biswas
Baoringdao Bodo, son of Jiban Bodo of Haflong popularly known as ‘football juggler boy’ of Dima Hasao, Captain, U-14, Sub-Junior International Indian footballer was accorded grand welcome on his arrival at Lower Haflong Railway station on Wednesday.
A colorful procession was taken out from Lower Haflong Station and marched through the major parts of Haflong and converged at Town Raji Community Hall. This was followed by felicitation by various organisations. Under the president ship of Anil Daolagupu, Gaon Bura, Haflong Town a well attended meeting was also held in this connection. Samarjit Haflongbar, Executive Member, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council on behalf of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council also felicitated this footballer of Haflong as well as Dima Hasao.
Baoringdao Bodo started his football life right from 11 years of age when he was a student of class VII of Haflong Don Bosco. Inspired by one his teacher he joined the Sports Authority of India and played U-14 in various places from district level to International level organized by All India Football Federation, AFC etc. He also participated in Subrata Mukharjee Cup Football tournament in 2011 in Sub-Junior (under—14).
Talking to this correspondent, Baoringdao said he wants to be an International footballer and to play in other countries representing own country- India. He disclosed that to achieve such dream to be true ‘discipline’ ‘perseverance’ and of course, confidence is to be maintained. People of Dima Hasao offered their best wishes to this ‘football juggler boy’ Baoringdao to be successful in his aim and prayed for his healthy long life.
26 Aug 2014 - 7:30pm | Hantigiri Narzary
BTC Chief Hagrama Mohilary slammed police administration for its actions against BPF party leader and workers and warns for withdrawing of all kinds of PSO,house guards including Chief if indulging and harassing continue on party leader and workers without any justification of cases. Mohilary while addressing the reporters today at a press conference held at BTC Secretariat in Kokrajhar said that the police adminsitration are harassing and indulging party leader and workers,especially in Baksa dsitrict after Manoj Das killing in July month under the laedership of SP,Baksa.The at-random conspiracy to arrest party leader and workers from police are not suited for the publics and SP is doing anti-publics, of which why peoples are not getting healthy situation in the district. He has expressed serious concern over police action in Baksa district said it is a conspiracy to destablish BPF party among society.He said that police administration had withdrawn PSO from BTC member Ansumwi Khunguur Boro recently for allegedly involvement Das killing. He said that there might be cases against some of them,but police can’t do harase and indulging on party leader or individual at any time.Many party leader and workers were arrested and sent for jail by police without justification of cases in recent days. He has warned to withdrawan all kinds of PSO,house guards including BTC Chief,Deputy Chief,MP,MLA,EM,MCLAs will withdraw guards, if harassing and indulging on BPF party continue and party leaders will go without any government securities in its functions. He said that BPF was not involved with Das killing in Baksa.He has slammed Baksa SP said that he is working as ‘Sarkari Dada’ in the district and creating chaos among society against his party. Mohilary has urged the governments to hold peace dialogue with NDFB militants involving all factions and held peace situation in the region.No armed organisation takes arm struggle without goal,every organisation have goal,so governments should try to know goal of the NDFB militants and held peace dialogue. He has demanded strong action against militants from government and held suitable environment among society. He has expressed serious over killing of Priya Basumatary,a class X student at Dwimuguri in Chirang district said that it was unfortunate incident from militant organisation.He said that BTC adminsitration will facilitate all possible supports, what the family of Priya seeks for their future living.