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Tong-IL-Moo-Do championship held in Kokrajhar

Kokrajhar: A two day championship of 1st All Assam Tong-IL-Moo-Do championship 2019 was concluded today at Kokrajhar Govt HS &MP school ground.

Nearly 200 participants from different seven districts of the state are participated the championship.

The championship was organized by Assam Tong-il-Moo-Do Association to create sporting environment among other in the state. The participants have presented beautiful showcase of tong-il sporting attraction in the arena.

Kokrajhar district was adjusted best team in the championship which have presented attractive sporting environment.

BTAD IGP Anurag Agarwal graced as chief guest on the prize distribution ceremony of the championship.

Agarwal distributed the prizes among the prize winners.

Vice Chancelore of Bodoland University Prof L Singh, president of Bodoland Wushu Association Jubiraj Basumatary, Secretary of the Assam state Tongil Moo Do association Jutikha Brahma,BTC CHD for Sports Jajnawati Basumatary were prominent attendees on the occasion.

Secretary of the association Jutikha Brahma told that the Tong-il-Moo-Do sporting is a unified sporting event in the world. The federation was working for the sports since 2010 for its uplift. He has appreciated state championship organisers for organizing the event which has gathered healthy participation from different districts. He said that the sport event is getting good recognition from the school games federation of India (SGFI)  as federation was working for the uplifting the sporting environments. She said that good numbers of participants took part in the championship.

Organiser of the championship, Jajnabati Basumatary said that the state championship was concluded  here in Kokrajhar to promote sporting arena and today seeing good numbers of participation. She said that the championship is getting healthy attractive sporting showcase in the champion arena.

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Lampi: torn in between ‘development’ and loyalty

Stockpile of electric posts for Rajiv Gandhi Rural Electrification Scheme have been for months at Upper Lampi
25 Apr 2013 - 2:00pm | Chandan Kumar Duarah
No doubt, it is one of the most beautiful places in the state of Assam, India. Lampi or Langpih—as the Khasi people calls it—is a hamlet cradled in the hilly terrains of Assam bordering Meghalaya,a neighbouring state. Surrounded by hills where the humming of cascading streams fills the silence, Lampi is yet to witness the boons and banes of a modern life. So pollution, thankfully, is absent. But also absent are the basic amenities like health services, schools, electricity, good cooking fuel, sanitation and nutrition that deprive its residents of the rights which are constitutionally guaranteed to them. 

With a population of about eleven thousand, mostly Nepalis and Khasis, Lampi falls under the Boko sub division of Kamrup district in Assam. Agriculture and live stock rearing continue to be the mainstay of its people. Jhum or shifting cultivation is still prevalent. However, in the recent years much of Lampi’s forests are gone.

The road condition from Boko to Lampi is beyond description and so there is no regular bus service. People hire pick-up vans when they travel from Lampi Bazar to Boko and vice versa. One has to stand all the twenty kilometers distance. The business center is the Lower Lampi Bazar, with hardly 10 shops around. A marbled inscription constantly reminds the residents the day when the state health and education minister inaugurated the programme of road construction. Arjun Sarma, a local youth from Boko said that a total amount of Rs 12 crore was allotted for the construction project. But five years down the line, it is still the old kuchha road.

Electric posts without cables stand as lonely sentinels by the roadside all the way from Boko to Lampi. From Lower Lampi to Upper Lampi, such posts are seen lying in stockpile. Electricity or no electricity, contractors meanwhile collected their cheques issued under the scheme--Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vadyutikaran Yojona (RGGVJ)--alleges Dipak Sarma, a youth leader. Same is the story with the rural water supply scheme.

The Lower Lampi Middle English School established in 1988 with 65 students awaits provincialization. Chandra Sarma, the headmaster said that he and his six assistant teachers are yet to get their salary. It is been two decades now that these six teachers are providing services without any salary. After passing out the VIIth standard, students have to move out of Lampi to Boko or other distant places for their admission in a high school.  Omprakash Shirish  is another teacher working in Brindaban Lower Primary School at Makaribari village in Lampi for 27 seven years without any government assistance.

The apathy shown by the Assam Government has meanwhile encouraged a section of local leaders to be more inclined towards the Meghalaya administration. This camaraderie grew in recent times so much so that Meghalaya started calling Lampi as a part of its own territory and asked the Khasi community of Lampi to cast their vote in the Meghalaya state election. This has been the reason for the turmoil in Lampi a few years back. Meanwhile, the bordering neighbor started grabbing land in Lampi .Vast stretches of forestland cleaned overnight and the neighboring administration started implementing schemes meant for Meghalaya in Assam’s Lampi to attract the Khasi community’s vote. The Meghalaya Government went a step further and started issuing land pattas to the people living along the border.  Now they are trying to woo these people with basic facilities like electricity and water.

It is to be seen in the near future, whether it is loyalty to the state or electricity and drinking water that wins over the residents of Lampi!