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47th ABSU session concludes

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CHARDWAR (BALIPARA), Feb 8 � The 47th three-day session of the All Boro Students� Union (ABSU) held at the Gwjwn Fwthar here has resolved to continue with it�s struggle for the right to self-determination, besides seeking acceptable solution to other problems plauging the Boro society with various modes of agitation till the objectives are fulfilled.

The above was observed by Pramod Boro, president of the ABSU while addressing a mammoth gathering at the open session on the concluding day here today. Underscoring the need of a total change in the Boro society through a total revolution, he said that ABSU has decided to work with a 25-year action plan along with a three-year duration long march programme to reflect and generate public awareness on socio-economic development, education, culture and work culture of other tribal communities of the region.

�Sans quality education, the social standard of a nation, nay society, cannot be developed,� he said, adding a religion is kept alive by it�s devotees, while a culture thrives among people who have affection for it. Similarly, the development of a tribe depends on the leaders of the tribes and the people. Mentioning that the ABSU had been working for the overall development of the Bodos over the years, the ABSU president further said that some of the Boro leaders have deviated from their avowed goal and seem to have failed to fulfil various aspirations of the Boro people.

Regarding the Boro language, he said that though it was included in the 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution, however, due to the lack of consensus in the State machinery, the Government was yet to make it an associate official language.

Meanwhile, attending as the chief guest of the open session, the president of the Nyishi society of Arunachal Pradesh, Bengiya Talum said that relationship depends upon mutual positive thinking. Claiming that the Nyishis and Bodos are brothers, he stressed on maintaining the relationship till the end of time. The occasion was attended by a host of dignitaries from different national organisations of the State.

As a part of the itinerary, the first Madhuram Memorial Award was presented to noted social worker Biribala Rabha, photo-journalist Biju Boro, and renowned social worker Yamao Jwhulao Basumatary.

In the three-day programme�s last delegates� session, Pramod Boro was again bestowed the responsibility of ABSU president for the next term with a mission to work for the general welfare of the Boro society. Additionally, a 27-member new executive body was also constituted.

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47th ABSU session concludes

CHARDWAR (BALIPARA), Feb 8 � The 47th three-day session of the All Boro Students� Union (ABSU) held at the Gwjwn Fwthar here has resolved to continue with it�s struggle for the right to self-determination, besides seeking acceptable solution to other problems plauging the Boro society with various modes of agitation till the objectives are fulfilled.

The above was observed by Pramod Boro, president of the ABSU while addressing a mammoth gathering at the open session on the concluding day here today. Underscoring the need of a total change in the Boro society through a total revolution, he said that ABSU has decided to work with a 25-year action plan along with a three-year duration long march programme to reflect and generate public awareness on socio-economic development, education, culture and work culture of other tribal communities of the region.

�Sans quality education, the social standard of a nation, nay society, cannot be developed,� he said, adding a religion is kept alive by it�s devotees, while a culture thrives among people who have affection for it. Similarly, the development of a tribe depends on the leaders of the tribes and the people. Mentioning that the ABSU had been working for the overall development of the Bodos over the years, the ABSU president further said that some of the Boro leaders have deviated from their avowed goal and seem to have failed to fulfil various aspirations of the Boro people.

Regarding the Boro language, he said that though it was included in the 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution, however, due to the lack of consensus in the State machinery, the Government was yet to make it an associate official language.

Meanwhile, attending as the chief guest of the open session, the president of the Nyishi society of Arunachal Pradesh, Bengiya Talum said that relationship depends upon mutual positive thinking. Claiming that the Nyishis and Bodos are brothers, he stressed on maintaining the relationship till the end of time. The occasion was attended by a host of dignitaries from different national organisations of the State.

As a part of the itinerary, the first Madhuram Memorial Award was presented to noted social worker Biribala Rabha, photo-journalist Biju Boro, and renowned social worker Yamao Jwhulao Basumatary.

In the three-day programme�s last delegates� session, Pramod Boro was again bestowed the responsibility of ABSU president for the next term with a mission to work for the general welfare of the Boro society. Additionally, a 27-member new executive body was also constituted.