Tinsukia: Army operating in Tinsukia district escaped a major bid when suspected ULFA militants tried to blow up a powerful grenade on a convoy but missed the target narrowly. Army’s 6 JammuKashmir Rifle’s troops were on petrol when this incident occurred. The incident occurred near Bordubi Tea Estate under Domdooma police station in Tinsukia District at 11:30PM on Thursday. Later when Army retaliated one ULFA militant was killed on the spot The deceased ULFA cadre was identified as Kumud Borah alias Jayant Moran alias Gandia of Nalani village in Tinsukia. Army also recovered a grenade from the slain militant.
The Central Working Committee of the Bodoland Peoples Front (BPF) has decided to put in-charge for the selection of the candidate in the forthcoming BTC election.
The CWC sitting has an immense discussion about the selection of the candidate with new faces likely to be absorbed in the list, BTC Chief and BPF President Hagrama Mohilary told reporters here today at Bodofa Cultural Complex.
The election will be held for 40 BTCLA constituencies.
The CWC selected 10 in-charges for various BPF sub-divisions of the four districts in BTAD to decide on the selection of the candidate. BPF Secretary Prabin Boro will look for the candidate at Kokrajhar, Deputy Chief Khampa Borgoyary for Bhergaon, MLA Chandan Brahma for Udalguri and Bijni, MLA Banendra Mushahary for Gossaigaon, MLA Majen Narzary for Parbhotjhora, MLA Kamal Singh Narzary for Chirang, MLA Pramila Rani Brahma for Mushalpur, MLA Maneshwar Brahma for Tamulpur and MP Biswajit Daimary for Salbari.
Mohilary said that the list of final candidates will be declared on February 10.
He also claimed that the Congress, BJP, PCDR, AIUDF, etc. has no hold in the BTAD and there are every chances of the BPF to win in the election.
Mohilary assumed that people of the BTAD wanted chance saying that the new faces is likely to be absorbed in the candidate list as per the demand of the people.
A special delegate session of the BPF will also be held on February 9, he said.
BTC Chief also said that the BTC will give appointment letters to the TET qualified teachers on contractual basis on February 10.
An 18 years old girl commited suicide in Nazira sending shock wave across the entire area on Sunday. Identified as Suchila Nayak, she committed suicide at Simaluguri on Saturday night. She worked as a helper at the residence of Dr.Prabin Konwar for the last couple of months. Her father Subu Nayak of Lakuw Rangagarah has lodged a complaint at the Simaluguri police station . The reason of the extreme step was not known.
People's Friend Foundation will celebrate the Children's Day on 14th of November, 2011 with a colourful programme. On that Occasion, an Art Competition will be held among students which will be held in three categories. First: Age group 5-8 years, Second:Age group 9-12 years, Third: Age group13-16 years. Winners will get attractive prizes and certificates. Rather, all participants will get Certificate of Participation. Students will have to produce Age proof certificate to join in the competition. The competition will be open to students from any part of the State.
For Details, Students and Guardians are requested to contact over phone at 97069-28780, email at email@example.com or at Office Secretary, People's Friend Foundation, C/O Raishmodi Enterprise, First Floor, Prag Academy Building, AIDC( Opposite DDK, Guwahati), Guwahati-24. Students will have to confirm participation by 10th of November, 2011.