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138th birth anniversary of Deshabhakta

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GUWAHATI, Jan 17 � Voluntary organisation Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) and the Steering Committee for Renovation and Maintenance of the Tarun Ram Phookun Park will jointly celebrate the 138th birth anniversary of Deshabhakta Tarun Ram Phookun on January 22 at 11 am at the Bharalumukh Tarun Ram Phookun Park here.

Veteran journalist Dhirendra Chakravorty will mark the beginning of the celebration by garlanding the life-size statue of the Deshabhakta. At the function, two children � Anjali Deka and Dhruvajyoti Baishya � would be extended financial assistance.

Anjali lost her mother and her two legs in a landslide-related tragedy in the Kharghuli area of the city last summer, while Dhruvajyoti is suffering from hydrocephalus � the disease in which fluid accumulates in the heads of the children making them bigger in appearance. The organisers of the celebration would extend assistance to Anjali to help her procure artificial limbs and to Dhruvajyoti for undergoing treatment, said SGBG general secretary Satyen Doloi.

The function is expected to be attended by the family members of the Deshabhakta and several senior administrators. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has also been invited to attend the function, Doloi said.

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138th birth anniversary of Deshabhakta

GUWAHATI, Jan 17 � Voluntary organisation Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) and the Steering Committee for Renovation and Maintenance of the Tarun Ram Phookun Park will jointly celebrate the 138th birth anniversary of Deshabhakta Tarun Ram Phookun on January 22 at 11 am at the Bharalumukh Tarun Ram Phookun Park here.

Veteran journalist Dhirendra Chakravorty will mark the beginning of the celebration by garlanding the life-size statue of the Deshabhakta. At the function, two children � Anjali Deka and Dhruvajyoti Baishya � would be extended financial assistance.

Anjali lost her mother and her two legs in a landslide-related tragedy in the Kharghuli area of the city last summer, while Dhruvajyoti is suffering from hydrocephalus � the disease in which fluid accumulates in the heads of the children making them bigger in appearance. The organisers of the celebration would extend assistance to Anjali to help her procure artificial limbs and to Dhruvajyoti for undergoing treatment, said SGBG general secretary Satyen Doloi.

The function is expected to be attended by the family members of the Deshabhakta and several senior administrators. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has also been invited to attend the function, Doloi said.