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47th annual session of ABSU gets under way

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CHARDWAR (BALIPARA), Feb 6 � The three-day 47th session of the All Bodo Students' Union (ABSU) got under way at the Gwjwn Fwthar here today.

Delegates from far-flung areas thronged the Gwjwn Fwthar to witness the first day�s programmes, including inauguration of main archway, main pandal, delegates� hall, exhibition etc. Delegates from different parts of the State along with the local people irrespective of caste, creed status and sex thronged the venue with great enthusiasm.

Inaugurating the exhibition, Lt Col (retd) Niranjan Singh Mallik urged the ABSU workers and the youth of present-day Bodo society to reflect the sense of national integrity, besides their dedication towards the Bodo community. Mentioning about legitimate rights of the Bodos, he also said that Bodo youths have enough latent potential in all fields, including sports, education, culture, agriculture etc.

However, the productive energy has to be properly channelised for optimum benefit, he observed. �We will have to unitedly work for the collective interest of the Bodo community.�

Attending the function, a nuclear scientist from Hyderabad University named PGS Murthy said he was overwhelmed by the tradition and culture of the Bodo society and urged the Bodo youths to opt for higher studies so that they too could have human resources like doctors, engineers, literatteurs etc., thereby establishing an identity for themselves.

Among others, Lt Col Lalit Bora, AD Ahat, district president of ABSU, Tepuram Boro and Madan Basumatary were present on the occasion.

Earlier, Dhrubajyoti Bora, Resident Commissioner of Arunachal Pradesh, while inaugurating the main archway wished the three-day long programme every success. He said that he had firm faith that the ABSU workers will lead the Bodo nation on the right direction, which will subsequently stand out as an example for other communities and organisations to emulate.

A State-level volleyball and kabaddi competition organised in connection with the event under the initiative of noted sport organiser Deben Narzary was formally inaugurated by te Dy Commandent of 30 Bn. CRPF, Hassim Ahmed and SM Manuj Kumar Yadav.

It may be mentioned here that ABSU president Pramud Boro, who has been camping here for the session, while interacting with the mediapersons stated that the three-day programme includes discussion on the issue of land rights, education, setting up of a separate directorate, separate Bodoland, etc. in the seminars and open session that will be held on the second and last day respectively.

Moreover, the central body of the students� organisation will sit for threadbare discussion in three phases at the delegates� session, Pramud Boro stated.

It may be pertinent to mention here that more than 3,000 dedicated local people, including volunteers, have been working round the clock so as to ensure that the proceedings at the venue are accomplished in a hassle-free manner.

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47th annual session of ABSU gets under way

CHARDWAR (BALIPARA), Feb 6 � The three-day 47th session of the All Bodo Students' Union (ABSU) got under way at the Gwjwn Fwthar here today.

Delegates from far-flung areas thronged the Gwjwn Fwthar to witness the first day�s programmes, including inauguration of main archway, main pandal, delegates� hall, exhibition etc. Delegates from different parts of the State along with the local people irrespective of caste, creed status and sex thronged the venue with great enthusiasm.

Inaugurating the exhibition, Lt Col (retd) Niranjan Singh Mallik urged the ABSU workers and the youth of present-day Bodo society to reflect the sense of national integrity, besides their dedication towards the Bodo community. Mentioning about legitimate rights of the Bodos, he also said that Bodo youths have enough latent potential in all fields, including sports, education, culture, agriculture etc.

However, the productive energy has to be properly channelised for optimum benefit, he observed. �We will have to unitedly work for the collective interest of the Bodo community.�

Attending the function, a nuclear scientist from Hyderabad University named PGS Murthy said he was overwhelmed by the tradition and culture of the Bodo society and urged the Bodo youths to opt for higher studies so that they too could have human resources like doctors, engineers, literatteurs etc., thereby establishing an identity for themselves.

Among others, Lt Col Lalit Bora, AD Ahat, district president of ABSU, Tepuram Boro and Madan Basumatary were present on the occasion.

Earlier, Dhrubajyoti Bora, Resident Commissioner of Arunachal Pradesh, while inaugurating the main archway wished the three-day long programme every success. He said that he had firm faith that the ABSU workers will lead the Bodo nation on the right direction, which will subsequently stand out as an example for other communities and organisations to emulate.

A State-level volleyball and kabaddi competition organised in connection with the event under the initiative of noted sport organiser Deben Narzary was formally inaugurated by te Dy Commandent of 30 Bn. CRPF, Hassim Ahmed and SM Manuj Kumar Yadav.

It may be mentioned here that ABSU president Pramud Boro, who has been camping here for the session, while interacting with the mediapersons stated that the three-day programme includes discussion on the issue of land rights, education, setting up of a separate directorate, separate Bodoland, etc. in the seminars and open session that will be held on the second and last day respectively.

Moreover, the central body of the students� organisation will sit for threadbare discussion in three phases at the delegates� session, Pramud Boro stated.

It may be pertinent to mention here that more than 3,000 dedicated local people, including volunteers, have been working round the clock so as to ensure that the proceedings at the venue are accomplished in a hassle-free manner.