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ABSU meet comes to a colourful end

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BARAMA, Feb 12 � The 45th conference of the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) which was held with a four-days colourful programme at Gaibari Nagar, Tamulpur in Baksa district concluded on February 9.

Pramod Boro, the president of the All Bodo Students� Union (ABSU) while addressing the gathering after hoisting the flag on February 8 last said that All Bodo Students� Union will continue its democratic struggle for the formation of a separate Bodo state with in constitutional radius. He in course of his speech questioned that if the discussion of a separate Telengana could be done under constitutional norms why cannot there be a separate discussion for a Bodo land.

Boro highlighted that there were a lot of points in favour of a separate Bodo land. He formally demanded once again to do needful soon for a separate Bodo land with in the country. The Central Government will have to abide by the demands of ABSU to create a separate Bodo land, he said. He also rooted out any disadvantages for the non-Bodo people in separate Bodoland. He also cautioned against conspirators who have been trying day and night to create adverse sentiments dividing the Bodo and non-Bodo people living in BTAD. He appealed to all people irrespective of caste, creed, religion to extend full co-operation to create amiable situation in BTAD.

A symposium on �importance of qualitative education in society� conducted by Dr Jagat Swargiary, the reader of Education Department, Gauhati University was held on the occasion while Roun Gwpa Narzary, the advisor of ABSU inaugurated the symposium. Dr Dilip Kumar Baruah, the former principal of Cotton College, Sankar Prasad Ray, the president of All Assam Student�s Union attended the symposium.

The stressed for a congenial atmosphere in the present system of education so that students could be properly benefited right from their early stage. The AASU president stressed for a congenial academic atmosphere free from politics. Aswini Kumar Gayari, lecturer of Bodoland University, Purna Deka, AASU leader among others also spoke a few lines in the symposium.

The open session was presided over by Pramod Boro, the president of ABSU while Brajendra Kumar Brahma, the former Bodo Sahitya Sabha presidents inaugurated the open session. Dr Sandip Pande, the recipient of Magsaysay Award 2002, as well as a Gandhian leader graced the occasion as the chief guest while Dr Kameswar Brahma, the president of Bodo Sahitya Sabha attend as guest of honour. Prof Gale Binod Kumar, Dr Munish Sarma, general secretary of Bharatiya Gorkha Parishad among others also attended as appointed speakers.

The new committee for the next session of ABSU was constituted with Pramod Boro as president and Romeop Narjary as general secretary.

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ABSU meet comes to a colourful end

BARAMA, Feb 12 � The 45th conference of the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) which was held with a four-days colourful programme at Gaibari Nagar, Tamulpur in Baksa district concluded on February 9.

Pramod Boro, the president of the All Bodo Students� Union (ABSU) while addressing the gathering after hoisting the flag on February 8 last said that All Bodo Students� Union will continue its democratic struggle for the formation of a separate Bodo state with in constitutional radius. He in course of his speech questioned that if the discussion of a separate Telengana could be done under constitutional norms why cannot there be a separate discussion for a Bodo land.

Boro highlighted that there were a lot of points in favour of a separate Bodo land. He formally demanded once again to do needful soon for a separate Bodo land with in the country. The Central Government will have to abide by the demands of ABSU to create a separate Bodo land, he said. He also rooted out any disadvantages for the non-Bodo people in separate Bodoland. He also cautioned against conspirators who have been trying day and night to create adverse sentiments dividing the Bodo and non-Bodo people living in BTAD. He appealed to all people irrespective of caste, creed, religion to extend full co-operation to create amiable situation in BTAD.

A symposium on �importance of qualitative education in society� conducted by Dr Jagat Swargiary, the reader of Education Department, Gauhati University was held on the occasion while Roun Gwpa Narzary, the advisor of ABSU inaugurated the symposium. Dr Dilip Kumar Baruah, the former principal of Cotton College, Sankar Prasad Ray, the president of All Assam Student�s Union attended the symposium.

The stressed for a congenial atmosphere in the present system of education so that students could be properly benefited right from their early stage. The AASU president stressed for a congenial academic atmosphere free from politics. Aswini Kumar Gayari, lecturer of Bodoland University, Purna Deka, AASU leader among others also spoke a few lines in the symposium.

The open session was presided over by Pramod Boro, the president of ABSU while Brajendra Kumar Brahma, the former Bodo Sahitya Sabha presidents inaugurated the open session. Dr Sandip Pande, the recipient of Magsaysay Award 2002, as well as a Gandhian leader graced the occasion as the chief guest while Dr Kameswar Brahma, the president of Bodo Sahitya Sabha attend as guest of honour. Prof Gale Binod Kumar, Dr Munish Sarma, general secretary of Bharatiya Gorkha Parishad among others also attended as appointed speakers.

The new committee for the next session of ABSU was constituted with Pramod Boro as president and Romeop Narjary as general secretary.

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