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Aid to Assam Movement leader Khanindra Chandra Das

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GUWAHATI, July 27 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has extended financial assistance of Rs 2 lakh for treatment of veteran leader of the Assam Movement and distinguished social worker Khanindra Chandra Das who is currently undergoing treatment at the North East Cancer Hospital and Research Institute, Jorabat.

Media Advisor to the Chief Minister Hrishikesh Goswami today visited the ailing social worker at the hospital and handed over a cheque of Rs 1 lakh from the Chief Minister�s Relief Fund for his treatment. About two months back financial assistance of another Rs 1 lakh was provided for treatment of the noted social worker.

Goswami, while taking stock of the veteran leader�s health, also underlined his contribution to society and assured of all possible support from the government for his treatment in future.

The ailing social worker conveyed his gratitude to the Chief Minister for his compassion at this difficult phase of his life and thanked him for the financial support.

It is noteworthy that, Khanindra Chandra Das, besides being a front-ranking leader of the Assam Movement, has also been actively associated with the Central and semi-Central Employees� Unions for the last several decades.

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Aid to Assam Movement leader Khanindra Chandra Das

GUWAHATI, July 27 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has extended financial assistance of Rs 2 lakh for treatment of veteran leader of the Assam Movement and distinguished social worker Khanindra Chandra Das who is currently undergoing treatment at the North East Cancer Hospital and Research Institute, Jorabat.

Media Advisor to the Chief Minister Hrishikesh Goswami today visited the ailing social worker at the hospital and handed over a cheque of Rs 1 lakh from the Chief Minister�s Relief Fund for his treatment. About two months back financial assistance of another Rs 1 lakh was provided for treatment of the noted social worker.

Goswami, while taking stock of the veteran leader�s health, also underlined his contribution to society and assured of all possible support from the government for his treatment in future.

The ailing social worker conveyed his gratitude to the Chief Minister for his compassion at this difficult phase of his life and thanked him for the financial support.

It is noteworthy that, Khanindra Chandra Das, besides being a front-ranking leader of the Assam Movement, has also been actively associated with the Central and semi-Central Employees� Unions for the last several decades.