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Hope for better treatment of Archer Gohela Boro

Assam Forest Minister Pramila Rani Brahma, MLA Rabiram Narzary, and BTC executive member Rajib Brahma have promised to extend all kinds of helping hand for medical treatment to the national archer gold medalist ailing Gohela Boro, who has been suffering from serious diseases. Currently Gohela is battling with life at her own residence since few months without better treatment. She was supposed to admitt to Chennai Apollo in January last as GMCH referred to the hospital. But due to financial crisis she could not go to Chennai for treatment.

Brahma while speaking to Assam Times on Wednesday said that she come to know from media about Gohela. Brahma promised to extend all kinds support for treatment of the athmlet. ‘We are ready to extend helping hand for ailing Gohela Boro whatever required for medical expensive at this moment’, Brahma said. She has wished an early recovery of national archer in her life.

Rabiram Narzary, BPF MLA said that he will bring all information about Gohela Boro with CM Sarbananda Sonowal and Sports Minister Naba Kumar Doley for making financial help to the ailing archer. He also said that he will be extending financial help to the archer.

Rajib Brahma, BTC execuive member said that he is extending financial support to ailing Gohela.



CONTACT:


Dane Boro (Sister)
Mobile No: +91 8723067757
Sansuma Basumatary (Husband): 8876745522
State Bank of India
A/CNo: 33460902646
IFSC Code: SBIN0000119
Branch: Kokrajhar

Address:
Father's Name: Ratan Boro
Mather's Name: Hapwr Boro
P.O: Haltugaon
P.S: Kokrajhar
Village: New Amuguri
Dist: Kokrajhar,
B.T.A.D. Assam
India: 783370 .

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