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Buyer-seller meet held

KOKRAJHAR: A buyer-seller meet was organized at Girls College auditorium hall in  Kokrajhar on Thursday. The meet was organized under the Assam agricultural business rural transportation (APART) by project ATMA Kokrajhar.

The meet has emphasized to build a healthy co-relation among buyer and sellers while bringing fruitful business opportunities in the marketing field in BTAD region.

Nodal officer, Mudiram Patari told that the meet is stressing to gain good relationship among buyer and sellers in the region.

BTC director of Agricultural MM Swargiary attended the event.

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