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Sonowal attends Dwijing Festival

KOKRAJHAR: The ongoing 4th edition of Dwijing Festival at Aie River along the Hagrama Bridge in Chirang district on Sunday enters eight day that saw huge crowd in the festival venue.

Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal graced as chief guest in the event on Sunday.

Sonowal said that the Dwijing Festival is regarded as a festival of recreativity and enjoyment environment amongst the society.He has emphasized protection and conservation of river bank sites to be uplifted and beautiful across the state.He has expressed his hopeful that through the Dwijing Festival peoples are getting opportunity to earn livelihoods as festival gathered peoples recreation.

The Dwijing Festival is concluding on January 7 with a colourful programme scheduled.

The festival has marked various programmes including sports,cultural, elephant Safari,Helicopter riding.

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